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Father Godswill Agbagwa, Founder, Center for Social Awareness, Advocacy, and Ethics (CSAAE) has urged Igbo born Nigerians, occupying various powerful positions abroad to rescue oppressed ones at home.
Father Agbagwa, who shared on his official Facebook Tuesday called on educated Igbos use their offices to liberate marginalized brothers and sisters in Nigeria.
To drive home his point, Agbagwa noted that most powerful offices across the globe, from United Nations, World Health Organization, European Union, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, to London, Canada, Vatican, etc are occupied by Igbos.
Recall, Justice Chile Eboe-Osuji, an Igbo-Born Nigerian is presently serving as the President of the International Criminal Court, ICC and has been in touch with the Nigerian government.
Recently, Kelechi Madu, popularly called Kaycee who is a Unilag alumnus, was named the Minister of Municipal Affairs for the province of Alberta, Canada, and will also serve as a member of parliament representing his Edmonton South-West constituency.
Madu’s portfolio was thereafter elevated after being nominated the Canadian Minister of Justice, a position which is targeted at ending related issues on racism.
The Father, who appeared angry queried the reason for having so many powerful personalities from the Igbo extraction but so powerful to remove basic issues facing them.