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Nigeria will never progress until Igbos are settled over Civil war killings – Cleric
A Nigerian Cleric, on Thursday, 1 August says Nigeria can not see progress until it begs God for mercy over killing of Igbos during civil war.
The general overseer of the international president of Christian Association of Igbo Ministers, (CAIM), Apostle Solomon Okorie, made the remark when addressed journalists. Vanguard reports.
He spoke with journalists on the forthcoming Igbo world Christian summit to take place in August at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium.
In his words: “I want to tell you, until Nigeria goes back to God and ask for forgiveness of what they did to Igbo during the Biafra war, this country will not be better.”
Civil war is long over but history has vindicated the Biafrans, We wrongly fought against Biafrans – Fani-Kayode
Meanwhile, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has regreted the role the South West, South South and Midlw Belt played during 1967 Nigeria – Biafra civil war.
Kayode, who made the statement on his Twitter handle (@realffk) on Thursday, said history has vindicated biafrans.
Scannews 24 reported that Kayode blamed his elders, people of South South and Middle Belt Ro had joined the war, said it was a wrong decision.
In his words: “The civil war is long over but I am constrained to say that the horrendous events that the Nigerian people have suffered over the last four years have proved that the people of the South West, South South and Middle Belt fought on the WRONG side during that war. History has vindicated the Biafrans.