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Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has indeed avowed that his “group and personality is still Nigeria.”

 As indicated by Okorocha, no Igbo man would support severance or division of the nation, focusing on that the pioneer of the Indigenous People of Biafra’s pioneer, Nnamdi Kanu, ought to be dealt with as a solitary person.


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Okorocha who talked amid the new yam festival festivity on Saturday, in Owerri, composed by the State Council of Traditional Rulers, headed by HRM Eze Samuel Ohir.

Okorocha said, “I can see that the unity of Nigeria is today dramatised in the land of Imo State.

I say so because growing up as a child, I never knew where I came from because I found myself somewhere in Plateau State as a little boy and the only language I could speak was the Hausa language.


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“I had no choice because that was where I was brought up. So, I grew up being born an Igbo man, but was reared in the North and was made financially buoyant in the South-West.”

“So, I have declared myself that in no way should I be found as a tribalised Nigerian.

“I will remain detribalised as long as Igbo gave me parentage and childhood, as long as North reared and nurtured me and for as long as South-West empowered me.
“My community and my identity is Nigeria.”

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