Igbo Deities Take Over Ohanaeze Ndigbo National Secretariat after shutdown
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo led by Chidi Ibeh has claimed in a press release that Igbo deities have taken over the Secretariat hours after shutdown.
This was made know in a press release Signed Kalu Mkpa Uduma, Media Adviser
Secretary-General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
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According to Kalu, the Igbo deities will deal ruthlessly with any offender who trespasses the National headquarters.
The statement reads;
The apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo had warned that deadly Igbo deities will deal ruthlessly to any offender or offenders who trespasses the National headquarters of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Enugu.
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We will not join issues with desperados or their rantings of ” paper tigers” after Chidi Ibehbeh led Ohanaeze Ndigbo had shutdown the Igbo headquarters based on dilapidated buildings and deplorable state of the place.
We discovered with rude shock that Igbo deities had taken over the Enugu secretariat. a section of the secretariat was buried with charms and shrines erected with fetish substances in one of the dilapidated hall, this is the evidence of desperation of people who had an illegal election in Owerri.
Chidi is, President General Ohanaeze Ndigbo had declared February 20th as ” Igbo day of atonement “, to cleanse the land.
According to him, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo secretariat remained shut down until after the cleansing, anyone who trespasses without fortifications, the gods of the land might strike.
Kalu mkpa uduma
# Igbo Deities Take Over Ohanaeze Ndigbo National Secretariat after shutdown
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