2023: Iwuanyanwu cautions against disenfranchisement of Ndigbo


Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu

Elder Statesman and foremost Nationalist, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu has advised the Federal government to ensure that no one in any section of the country is disenfran­chised in the ongoing voters registration exercise.

Chief Iwuanyanwu, who was reacting to a viral video report trending on the social media which showed that some sections of the country are being denied access from validating or revalidating their PVC in some parts of the country, especially in La­gos State.

He said that such provoc­ative action portends great danger to the peace and unity of the country. He maintained that since the government made it compulsory for people to possess the PVC, all the state governments should allow res­idents in their states to register or revalidate their cards.

The elder statesman warned that the ugly action should be investigated and nipped in the bud before it causes greater damage to the peace in the land.

He called for full-scale in­vestigation to fish out the per­petrators of this ugly divisive incident and bring them to book as such is undemocratic and discriminatory.

Chief Iwuanyanwu said that the main concern of ev­ery well-meaning Nigerian this time should be on what will unite the country and not to polarise the system.

He called for a total restruc­turing of the country before next year’s general elections to find solutions to those is­sues causing multifarious agitations across the country.

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