Why Igbo Leaders Should Visit Sanwo-Olu and Tinub
Hey there, middle schoolers! Today, we’re going to talk about something happening in Lagos, Nigeria. Aloy Ejimakor, who is a lawyer for Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, wants Igbo leaders to visit two important people: Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the Governor of Lagos State, and President Bola Tinubu. Let’s find out why!
So, there have been some demolitions happening in Lagos State, and people are saying that the government is targeting the Igbo community. That’s not good, right? Ejimakor wants the Igbo leaders to take action and show their support for the people affected by these demolitions.
Ejimakor thinks that the Igbo leaders should not just visit Sanwo-Olu and Tinubu, but also the National Assembly caucus, traditional leaders, and civic leaders. He believes that they should not beg for help, but instead, issue an ultimatum. What’s an ultimatum, you ask? Well, it’s like a strong warning. They want the demolitions to stop immediately.
According to Ejimakor, the Igbo leaders should come together and make their voices heard. They should stand up for what they believe in and demand that the demolitions come to an end. It’s important for them to show their support for the people who are being affected by these actions.
So, middle schoolers, it’s important to stand up for what you believe in. Just like Ejimakor wants the Igbo leaders to take action, we should also speak up when we see something that’s not right. Let’s hope that the Igbo leaders’ visit and ultimatum will make a difference and bring about positive change!