Anambra guber: Group vows to protect Ebonyi indigene
By Lawrence Nwimo
A socio economic and political organisation, Ebonyi Ambassadors Movement (EBAM) has vowed to protect the interest of Ebonyi state indigenes living in Anambra state ahead of the November 6 governorship election.
The group made this known in a statement issued by its national president, Ambassador Timothy Nwachukwu and Comrade Prince Ejike Ominyi, national publicity secretary of the group.
As contained in the statement, the group said the movement was committed to the advancement of the welfare of Ebonyi indigenes and called on politicians in Anambra state to beware of making inflammatory statements and eschew violent tendencies that is capable of throwing the peaceful state into political uncertainty.
The group stated that the ambition of any politician is not worth the blood of any individual and, therefore, called on the major political parties and governorship aspirants to play by the rules and avoid making inflammatory statements that is capable of setting the state on fire.
The statement further called on Ebonyi indigenes resident in Ananbra state to remain peaceful and avoid being used as a tool by politicians to disrupt the peace of the state.
The group stated that Ebonyi had the highest population in Anambra state aside the indigenous people of Anambra and vowed to protect the interest of every Ebonyi man, woman, youth and children living in the state.
The group further called on Ebonyi indigenes living in Anambra state to identify with the group.