Former Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has denounced the revealed assault on younger students sitting for WAEC assessment in Imo State, portraying it as un-Igbo, awkward and confused aggression.
Obi who addressed columnists said he doesn’t accept any Igbo man would consider assaulting blameless understudies, all the more so those taking their WAEC tests, to rival the remainder of West Africans over scholastic excellence.
He said instruction ought to preferably be treated as something “holy’ since it isn’t just with regards to the eventual fate of the kids, yet additionally the fate of society.
Obi pondered who could be answerable for the assault, saying it was bewildering against the way that IPOB had given incalculable public statements suspending the Monday sit-at-home and along these lines couldn’t sensibly be liable for the attack.
Based on his perceptions, Obi called for appropriate examinations to disentangle those behind the attack.
He said: “Since IPOB has declared the suspension of the sit-at-home, it is sensible to presume that different powers may be taking cover behind IPOB to step back the South-East through such goes about just as the unnecessary call for stay at home on Mondays, a basic day for business/official work, which is just harming the economy of the South-East.
“Would financial backers go to the zone under the current condition? Would set up organizations not consider leaving the South-East under such a condition? Would brokers from adjoining nations that run Aba and Onitsha on Mondays not look for and stay with options? Would a few businesses not consider relocating?”
Obi approached political pioneers to additionally fortify their aggregate commitment with the view to diagramming the best way for the South-East.
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