Why Igbo leaders must shun party differences, work together – Senator Okorocha

Why Igbo leaders must shun party differences, work together - Senator Okorocha

Owelle Rochas Okorocha, a former governor of Imo state and Senator representing Imo West Senatorial District, has called on politicians of Igbo extraction to avoid party differences and work together in the interest of the South-East zone.

Okorocha made this call during a courtesy visit to the Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu at Government House, Umuahia,

He stressed the need for all Igbo sons and daughters to always have the development of the region in mind, noted that the unity and progress of the Igbo nation should come first before politics.

The senator promised that federal lawmakers from the zone will continue to do their best at the national level for the overall development of the South East and commended the Governor on the way he has been able to handle the issue of the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic in the State.

The former governor also lauded Ikpeazu’s qualities which he said has made Abia one of the most peaceful states in Nigeria.

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In his remarks, Gov. Ikpeazu described Okorocha as a courageous and focused Igbo leader who has stood firm in defence of the Igbo nation, adding that the Igbo nation has always been proud of him.

The governor expressed hope that the regular intervention of the senator at the national level will continue to pave the way for the development of the South East region.

He further commended Okorocha and other leaders for standing by him while he was undergoing treatment of COVID-19, describing the senator as a brother and dependable ally.

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