Ohanaeze President Denies Allegations of Apology to Fulani for 1966 Coup

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Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, the President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has refuted claims by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) that he intended to apologize to the Fulani community for the deaths of Sir Ahmadu Bello and Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa during the 1966 coup.


 Speaking in Owerri, Imo State, Iwuanyanwu dismissed the allegations as unfair and baseless, asserting that the Igbo community bears no responsibility for the coup. 


He clarified that the recent retreat in Enugu was focused on the development of Igboland and did not involve discussions about apologizing to the Fulani community.


 Expressing disappointment over the spread of false information against him, Iwuanyanwu emphasized his longstanding commitment to uplifting the dignity of the Igbo people and Nigerians at large.


 He also addressed the absence of Southeast Governors from the event, explaining that their non-invitation was due to their busy schedules, contrary to rumors suggesting poor attendance.



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