How best to tackle security of lives and property of Ndigbo in South East and Nigeria in general will dominate discussion at the Igbo World Summit slated to hold this weekend in Enugu.
The summit organized under the auspices of Igbo Awareness For Development Initiatives (IADI), also known as Igbo Awareness Movement (lAM) is expected to attract the participation of Igbo leaders and intellectuals.
Chief Larry Illoh, Chairman, Board of Trustee, (BoT), of the group, at a press conference said the summit will discuss and agree on broad Igbo agenda.
Iloh said that unless Igbo people are united, security issue may remain unabated in the South East region.
While calling for a united Ndi Igbo in the pursuit of political positions in the Nigerian politics, he said: “Our sole objective is to provide an integrative platform for all Igbo leaders, politicians and the intelligentsia, to discuss and chart a new way forward which we believe will midwife a home grown, generally acceptable political party which will serve as our backbone in our future relationships with other sections of Nigeria”.