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THE Anambra state governor, Chief Willie Obiano has condoled with IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu over the demise of his parents, HRM, Eze and Lolo Okwu Kanu.
Obiano urged the bereaved families to take in good legacies their parents left behind.
The Governor who spoke in Umuahia through his representative, Liaison Officer on War Veterans, Comrade Arinzechukwu Awogu, at the burial said the Ndigbo have all it takes, mainly natural wisdom, to face and survive such tying moment and outlive their adversaries.
He said the entire ethnicities in Nigeria are passing through a period of trying patience and Ndigbo like other regions must stand against the change with ‘caution, experience and wisdom’.
Encouraged all Igbos to understudy every situation carefully and apply their firm intellect in ‘navigating narrow and thorny paths in the geopolitical space’ of the country to reach to their aspiration and objectives.
He extended thanks to the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra for disappointing people who waited to know how many Igbo lives could be killed in the course of the burial of their leader’s parents.
According to the statement, Obiano also thanked the federal government in maturity employed to handle the ended event.
He revealed that Kanu’s father and mother, His Royal Highnesses Eze Israel Kanu and Ugoeze Nmeme Kanu were peaceful, expressed happiness that both persons were accorded with same peace through their funeral.
He, however, promised to always render support to the family in a moment of grief.