OPERATION PYTHON DANCE: Igbos march to commend President Buhari at the Villa.

Some Nigerians of Igbo extraction on Thursday, October 19th, marched to the presidential Villa to commend President Muhammadu Buhari on the just concluded Nigeria military"s Operation Python Dance II. 

The protesters in their scores convened at the Unity Fountain in Abuja before heading to the presidential Villa. The protesters under the aegis Igbo People of Nigeria (IPON) said they appreciate President Buhari and the Nigerian army for the successful completion of the Operation Python Dance in the southeast region.

The IPON said the exercise by the Nigerian army has helped to maintain peace and unity in the southeast region.The protesters led by IPON's national coordinator, Uche Chegwo, said the Igbo people will forever be grateful to President Buhari and the Nigerian army.
 Chegwo said: "Like other patriotic persons from the other ethnic groups, members of IPON have strong faith in the unity of Nigeria and a strong belief that we are stronger together and that we stand to gain more as one strong, united and indivisible entity as opposed to being fragmented into little statelets and micro-nations that are unable to take on the corporate vampires of the world.
" Chegwo describing the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a minority group which is vocal and violent said the hatred advanced by the IPOB should not be used as a basis for judging the average Igbo man. 


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