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A Rejoinder to Dr. Nwaezeigwe’s Misconceptions: Chief Iwuanyanwu, a Beacon of Leadership and Statesmanship




Dr. Nwaezeigwe’s essay, replete with misconceptions and misguided opinions, warrants a response to set the record straight. As a respected Igbo leader and Nigerian statesman, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu’s leadership and contributions to national development are unparalleled.


Contrary to Dr. Nwaezeigwe’s assertions, Chief Iwuanyanwu’s intellect, experience, and achievements make him an exemplary leader, capable of steering the Ohaneze Ndi Igbo towards progress and unity. His professional expertise, entrepreneurial spirit, and philanthropic endeavors have positively impacted numerous lives, earning him recognition and respect across Nigeria.


As a seasoned professional, Chief Iwuanyanwu has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills, guiding various organizations and initiatives towards success. His intellect and vision have been instrumental in shaping policies and programs that promote national development and unity.


As an Igbo leader, Chief Iwuanyanwu has been a champion of Igbo culture and interests, working tirelessly to promote the welfare and advancement of the Igbo people. His leadership has been marked by inclusivity, wisdom, and a deep understanding of the needs and aspirations of the Igbo nation.


As a great Nigerian statesman, Chief Iwuanyanwu has played a significant role in shaping Nigeria’s development trajectory. His contributions to national discourse, policy formulation, and conflict resolution have been invaluable, earning him recognition and respect from across the country.


Under Chief Iwuanyanwu’s leadership, Ohaneze Ndi Igbo has promoted inclusive dialogue, fostering greater understanding and cooperation among Nigerians. His commitment to national unity and peace is unwavering, and his leadership has been instrumental in promoting the Igbo culture and interests while embracing diversity and inclusivity.

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While local government autonomy is crucial for grassroots development, it is equally important to recognize the contributions of individuals like Chief Iwuanyanwu, who have worked selflessly towards national progress and unity. Their efforts inspire us to strive for a better Nigeria, where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.


Dr. Nwaezeigwe’s criticisms lack substance, and his essay serves only to distract from the progress made under Chief Iwuanyanwu’s leadership. We must recognize and appreciate the contributions of our leaders, like Chief Iwuanyanwu, who have dedicated their lives to nation-building and the advancement of our people.


Let us embrace constructive dialogue and celebrate the achievements of our leaders, rather than spreading misinformation and discord. By doing so, we can build a more united and prosperous Nigeria, where leaders like Chief Iwuanyanwu are valued and respected.


Chief Iwuanyanwu’s leadership and legacy serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration, reminding us that with dedication, intellect, and a commitment to national unity, we can build a brighter future for ourselves and Nwaezeigwe is a gross misrepresentation of facts and a malicious attack on the integrity of Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu and the Ohaneze Ndigbo leadership. The allegations of apologizing to the Fulani on behalf of Ndigbo for the death of Ahmadu Bello are baseless and unfounded.

The Ohaneze Ndigbo leadership has always worked towards the progress and unity of Ndigbo, and such a treacherous act is unthinkable. The essay is filled with personal vendettas and biases, and the author’s use of inflammatory language and insults only serves to further divide and harm the Igbo community.

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The attacks on Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu’s achievements and reputation are unwarranted and unprofessional. It is essential to address issues with civility and respect, even when disagreements arise. The author’s claims of a 100 billion naira bribe and a secret committee to apologize to the Fulani are unsubstantiated and lack concrete evidence.

The Ohaneze Ndigbo leadership has always been transparent in their actions and decisions, and such a monumental decision would not have gone unnoticed. It is crucial to focus on unity and progress rather than spreading hate and misinformation. We should work together to address the challenges facing Ndigbo and Nigeria as a whole, rather than tearing each other down.


I urge the author to retract his statements and engage in constructive dialogue.

Obinna Oguama Ejiofor writes from Abuja; Nigerians Capital.

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