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Re: Crisis Rock Ohanaeze Ndigbo Over Diversion of Funds

Re: Crisis Rock Ohanaeze Ndigbo Over Diversion of Funds

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The attention of the Secretary-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo has been drawn to a recent Internet posting on http/www.momentng.com/enflashnewsflash7687 with the caption “Crisis Rock Ohanaeze Ndigbo Over Diversion of Funds” which purports to be a summary of some happenings in the National Executive Committee (NEC) of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
 
For the avoidance of all doubts, Ndigbo worldwide are hereby informed that the Internet publication is not (repeat, “not”) from Ohanaeze Ndigbo.

 
The National Executive Committee and the generality of Ohanaeze Ndigbo have absolutely nothing to do with the publication and request all well-meaning Ndigbo to ignore it. Ohanaeze Ndigbo has a procedure of making its stand public.

 
The Solidarity of the current National Executive Committee of Ohanaeze Ndigbo led by its President-General Amb Ralph Uwechue OFR remains unshaken.

 
NDIGBO NDEWONU IGWE BU IKE

 
(Signed)



 
Chief Nduka I. Eya fcipm
Secretary-General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo

 
Copy to: The President-General
“ “ All Members of the National Executive Committee (NEC)
“ “ All Chapters/Branches/Affiliates of Ohanaeze Ndigbo

 
*Photo Caption - Chief Nduka I. Eya, Secretary-General (SG), Ohanaeze Ndigbo