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Ndigbo Celebrates Igbo Day At Asaba, Delta State With Fanfare

Ndigbo Celebrates Igbo Day At Asaba, Delta State With Fanfare

-Masterweb Reports
Delta State capital, Asaba witnessed a flurry of activities between
Friday, 28th September and Saturday, 29th September, 2012 when Igbos from all works of life gathered to observe the Igbo Day celebration.
The occasion hosted by Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State
witnessed speeches by Igbo leaders, cultural dances and goodwill messages. The event conducted in a clement weather and at the Cenotaph in Asaba, began with lectures at the Grand Hotel Asaba. The lectures were delivered by a well known political scientist Professor BIC Ijeomah, Professor Ralph Nwokedi and Dr. Mrs Ofomata, a well known author of several works on culture and history.
In his well laced message to Ndigbo, the President-General of Ohanaeze
Ndigbo, Amb. Ralph Uwechue went into memory lane on the checkered history of Ndigbo in the Nigerian Project. He called on Ndigbo to unite and pursue their goals in Nigeria with an unwavering candour and indubitable
resilience. He re-iterated the commitment of Ohanaeze Ndigbo to the
Nigerian Presidency of Igbo extraction project.
In his key note address, the Governor of Delta State who came to the venue
of the event very early declared the event a historic one in the sense that
is was the first time and during his regime that such event was holding in
Delta State. He advocated an increased geo-political rapport between the
South East and the South South, emphasizing that the geo-political and even economic interest of both zones are coterminous. He traced the history of the geo-political and economic contagion between the two zones which culminated to the massive Igbo vote for a South Southerner Goodluck
Jonathan in the 2011 Presidential election. Declaring himself an Igbo man,
Governor Uduaghan re-iterated his commitment to promote inter-ethnic
harmony among all the ethnic groups in Delta State. He also shared the view of the late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu on the Handshake Across the Niger.
In his speech, Governor Peter Obi of Anambra State and Chairman of the Forum of South East Governors congratulated the President-General of Ohanaeze Amb. Ralph Uwechue, the Chairman of the 2012 Igbo Day Planning committee Dr. Joe Nwaorgu and the National Executive Committee of Ohanaeze Ndigbo for -organizing the historic event. He called on Ndigbo to unite and speak with one voice on national issues while strengthening the bond of fraternity with their nearest neighbours and brothers in the South South.
In his own speech, Senator Ben Obi who represented the Secretary to the
Federal Government of Nigeria Senator Anyim Pius Anyim stressed on the need for Ndigbo to keep the Dreams of their forebears alive and assert themselves in the larger Nigeria family. The Chairman of the event and Former Chief of General Staff, Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe saluted Ndigbo for their resilience and courage. He re-iterated that Igbos everywhere
irrespective of geographical or spatial diversity remain one. He called on
Ndigbo to remain focused and demand their legitimate rights in Nigeria.
The former Vice President Dr Alex Ekwueme harped on Igbo Unity and the
urgent need for Igbo rediscovery. The representative of the Governor of
Abia State Chief Dr T A Orji and the Deputy Governor of the state, Chief
Emeka Ananaba traced the dialectics and checkered history of Ndigbo in
Nigeria and congratulated the Ohanaeze Ndigbo for noting the historical
imperative of building bridges and knitting together Igbos from all
corners of Igboland.
The Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State who represented the Governor, Chief Seriake Dickson congratulated Ndigbo for finding it necessary to build brigdes with their brothers in the South South and hoped such bond will continue in the years ahead. The Governor of Imo State Owelle Rochas
Okorocha was also on hand though few minutes to the end of the
program to give his Igbocentric halo to the event.
The President of the Igbo World Assembly (IWA), Dr. Anakwenze whose organization had earlier had a lecture on the 27th of September with the theme "Actualisation of Igbo Agenda and Youth Empowernment" was full of joy for the success of the event and and assured Ndigbo that IWA
would always work with Ohanaeze Ndigbo to protect the interest of
Ndigbo all over the world.
The highlight of the event was cultural dances, processions and youth
activities. Many top Igbo dignitaries like Pa Onyenso Nwachukwu, Dr
Anagha Ezikpe, Chief J D Maduako, Dr Gorge Obiozor, Dr ABC Nwosu, HRH Eze Ilomuanya, Ohanaeze chieftains, Igbo youth leaders and Umuada Igbo graced the occasion.

Chuks Ibegbu reports.

Chuks Ibegbu (Writer on national and international issues)

*Photo Caption – President-General Ohaneze Ndigbo, Ambassador Ralph Uwechue