Emene killings: Igbo Govs. are afraid to speak out- Anaekwe
The recent killings of unarmed peaceful IPOB members by Nigeria security operatives at Emene, Enugu on Sunday has stirred up so many questions among prominent leaders and groups who have condemned the act and has called for an exclusive probe that will unravel the root of it.
However, the southeast governors have kept mute over the incident. In reaction, former Chairman, Onitsha Market Amalgamated Traders Association, OMATA, Chief Ozoh Anaekwe, has said that the southeast governors are afraid of speaking out, warned that Igbos were being pushed to defend themselves and take their destiny in their hands if that’s the only option left for them to survive.
Anaekwe condemned the silence of the Igbo governors over the evil act of unprovoked killings of their people, adding that they are afraid of Federal Government unleashing the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to come after their fraudulent financial activities.
In his words; “Igbo governors cannot defend their people, condemn evil, speak out or do anything that will protect us the Igbos just because they all have something to hide and therefore very afraid of FG and hammer of EFCC
Nwada Ugochinyere Onyechere reporting, Obinwannem News