Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has called on the Igbo community to unite in order to regain political influence in Nigeria. In a statement released on Friday, Primate Ayodele said that the Igbos have been marginalized and weakened politically due to their internal divisions. He criticized Igbo leaders for prioritizing personal gain over the welfare of their people, resulting in their own community’s suffering.
Primate Ayodele emphasized that the Igbos need to put aside their differences and unite in order to achieve their goals. He said that without unity, they would struggle to secure significant benefits or advancements in the current government.
The Primate’s call for unity comes at a time when the Igbos are facing a number of challenges. The Igbos are the third-largest ethnic group in Nigeria, but they have not had a president or vice president since the end of the Nigerian Civil War in 1970. The Igbos are also underrepresented in government and in the private sector.
Primate Ayodele’s call for unity is a timely reminder that the Igbos need to work together if they want to achieve their goals. The Igbos are a talented and resourceful people, and they have the potential to make a significant contribution to Nigeria. However, they will only be able to achieve their full potential if they are united.
Reported By A.D.S