Why Igbos should be grateful to President Buhari – Arthur Eze


Nigerian billionaire, Prince Arthur Eze says Igbos and people living in the South-East should be grateful to President Muhammadu Buhari for providing dividend of democracy for the zone.

In a statement on Sunday by Oliver Okpala, his media consultant, the oil magnate noted that the President has provided economic and infrastructural facilities for the South-East region despite not voting massively for him in the 2019 presidential election.

Eze said that Igbos have benefitted more under the Buhari administration and will continue to enjoy more development ahead of the next general election.

The businessman commended Buhari for executing projects like Akanu Ibiam International Airport and the 2nd Niger Bridge amongst other laudable projects.

He added that with the creation of zonal police headquarters (zone 13) at Ukpo Dunukofia in Anambra State, Buhari had shown exceptional love to the people of the area.

The statement read in part, “President Mohammadu Buhari and the Inspector General of Police have demonstrated uncommon goodwill towards the people of the South-East geopolitical zone and should now rest assured of our unalloyed support and loyalty.

“The modernisation and uplifting of the Akanu Ibiam Airport to an international standard with modern runway and facilities that can compete favourably with any airport in any part of the world, is another step worthy of commendation

“The concern of the South-East zone in terms of security, protection of lives and property has been tackled head on by the President

“Citing a new police zonal headquarters as zone 13 at Ukpo, Dunukofia, in the Awka Capital Territory of Anambra State is a feat that has shown clearly that the President is man of the moment for the Igbo and the entire South-East.”

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  1. I’m not surprised,these are people that can sell out their brothers for their stomach’s sake. People who lack understanding,with their stomach as their idols. Despite the biased appointments, subjugation, oppression,yet someone is asking the IGBOS to be grateful to PMB?
    How many Igbos are been given political appointments?
    How many IGBOS in PMB cabinet?
    How many Igbos are among the service chiefs,etc?

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