NEWS: Ndi’Igbo needs friends and support – Reno Omokri

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Ndi’Igbo needs friends and support. No one can win in life if they walks solo. Ecclesiastes 4:11 says ‘if two lie together, then they have heat: but how can one be warm alone?’ 
It was for lack of friends that Ndi’Igbo were defeated between 1967-1970. Is history about to repeat itself? You don not alienate the few friends you have and expect to attract more friends. This is the advantage the North has over Ndi’Igbo. 

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They know their friends. If with all Goodluck Jonathan did for Ndi’Igbo someone can dismiss him with the wave of the hand so casually and accuse him of doing nothing for Ndi’Igbo and Ndi’Igbo would applaud such a person instead of calling him to order, then do not expect those who are watching Ndi’Igbo acquiesce to this mistreatment of Jonathan to do anything for their people when or if they get into power. 

If Jonathan can be so treated, then who is sacrosanct? There are those who have said Jonathan lost the 2015 elections because his fondness for Ndi’Igbo alienated him from other sections of Nigeria. Today, people who hold such opinions are laughing at Jonathan. 
The fact that not even one prominent leader amongst Ndi’Igbo has stood up to condemn the hate speech against Jonathan is telling. This is a man who was the first person since the end of the civil war to make Ndi’Igbo Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chief of Army Staff.
For 41 years before Jonathan, not one Ndi’Igbo came near such position. Alas, none of the many Ndi’Igbo who benefited from appointments under Jonathan could stand up to defend him against those very mean words from Nnamdi Kanu. What a lesson to anyone who may be planning to toe the path of Jonathan! What a lesson. 
My advice to you and the Igbo race, go and learn diplomacy. It will help you more than physical strength and academic intelligence.

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