The umbrella organisation of Ndigbo worldwide, the Igbo World Assembly, IWA, has rejected the just-concluded Ohanaeze Ndigbo election.Read More
Diaspora Igbo group, the Igbo World Assembly, IWA, weekend said that any potential candidate to be considered as the next President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo must be ready to confront security challenges in the Igboland.Read More
By Chioma Gabriel The recent attempt by some people to set up a splinter Ohanaeze has continued to attract condemnation among people of Igbo extraction, even as Igbo World Assembly, IWA, has warned that splintering Ohanaeze for political expediency is bad for Igbo unity. IWA insisted on a unified Ohanaeze leadership led by Nnia Nwodo,
By Chioma Gabriel The Igbo World Assembly, IWA, a diaspora Igbo organisation has expressed deep worry over what it described as an emerging fight between Ohanaeze Ndigbo and the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, saying that unless both groups work together, the actualisation of a better Igbo may be derailed. In a statement by IWA
Igbo World Assembly, IWA, the umbrella organisation that represents the apex national Igbo organisations in the diaspora, has raised the alarm, saying the movement of youths from North to South was an ominous sign that something sinister might be in the offing. The group, in a communiqué after its virtual meeting held recently while making
Igbo World Assembly resolves not to back presidential candidates without restructuring agenda
Awka – Dr. Nwachukwu Anakwenze, the President-General of the Igbo World Assembly, says the group has resolved not to support presidential candidates, whose manifestos for the upcoming polls did not include the restructuring of the country.
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, assured the Igbo that his administration would give them their dues in appointments and provision of infrastructure.Read More