Odumeje Laments Alleged Attacks On Igbo In Lagos
The Pastor of Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, popularly known as Odumeje, has lamented the alleged attacks on Igbo voters in Lagos during Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state.
This was as he lamented that Nigerian citizens are no longer regarded by other countries.
The clergyman said, “Somebody will come out and say if you know you are Igbo man, don’t come here. If you cannot vote for this (person), don’t come here.”
“Look at how brothers become enemies because of people doing their business, making us enemies because of their selfishness,” he lamented.
On governance, the church founder warned government officials to stop portraying themselves as leaders because they’ve failed the country.
“No 24 hours light, no good road, no security, you’re calling yourself a leader..stop that rubbish! You’re not a leader, you’re a disappointment.
“All the people occupying any seat from up to bottom, you’re supposed to be ashamed of yourselves, for calling yourself a leader.
“And every youth of this country, never keep quiet for your rights. No one owns this country,” Odumeje stressed.