Ohaneze to engage ESN, MASSOB for peace talks over insecurity in S’East

Obinwannem News Ohaneze to engage ESN, MASSOB for peace talks over insecurity in S'East

Ohaneze Ndigbo embarks on peace and reconciliation assignments as directed by the South East Governors, and Igbo leaders to reach out to the Eastern Security Network (ESN), and Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra, to engage in peace process.

Ohaneze also invited Biafra National Guard, BNG, Biafra Zionist Movement BZM, and other organizations and associations operating in the zone, and Igbo land in general stating it wants to achieve total peace and harmony in Igbo land.

Meanwhile, the reconciliation committee inaugurated 50 notable Igbo persons from the National Assembly, serving Ministers, prominent traditional rulers, clergies, technocrats, and business men last week at the Ohaneze headquarters in Enugu.

The extension of an invitation to the groups was part of the resolutions of the committee during its inaugural meeting, it was learned that IPOB was excluded because of the ban placed on the it by the federal government.

The committee already embarked on wide consultations with stakeholders and leaders across South-East region, and abroad.

However, members have vowed to reach our to everyone as, “there is no substitute for peace, insisting that the ultimate objective of the exercise is to ensure peace, development, security and safety of Ndigbo in Igboland.

While the apex group, encouraged Ndigbo everywhere to make efforts and contributions where necessary to guarantee peace and security in Igbo land, it also urged Ndigbo, to send any informations, suggestions, petitions, that would facilitates the work of the committee to Ohaneze National Secretariat in Enugu, through the committee secretary of the community, Peter Aneke, to attend properly to the issues.

Ijeoma Njoku reporting, Obinwannem News

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