Some Igbos were worried about whether the president would remember them, according to Benjamin Kalu, the deputy speaker of the House of Representatives. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Benjamin Kalu made this statement during a meeting with members of the Bende Traditional rulers council over the weekend, according to a story published by The Nation.
The Deputy speaker said, “On this position, we are just starting work. The President called to say I am very, very happy that the Igbo came together for this. Truly, there is hope for the Igbo man. It does appear that the handshake across the Niger has started”.
He added, “Let’s us also support the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Some where afraid whether the president wil remember the Igbo. But has proved all of us wrong by choosing the Chief of Naval Staff.
He further said,” The President also handed over the issue of infrastructure into hands of an Igbo man, Senator David Umahi, my friend, the former governor of Ebonyi State to replicate what he did in Ebonyi in Nigeria. There are others too. A President who does love Ndigbo who not do that”. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>