Why are the Igbo’s not playing a strategic role internationally, should we wait until we have all?
It is important that the Igbo apex organisations both in Diaspora and within Nigeria begin to look outward by developing a two pronged approach to equality and fairness. This will be internal (Nigeria) and External. How we help other nation groups to achieve their aspiration will be crucial to our survival collectively. Our social capital must be increased by supporting others. We must stand up for injustices against any people as if they were us! This is the command Jesus our Lord has given us- to love others as we love ourselves. I wonder how much capital we have at the moment; if needed.
Without doubt Chioham, you have raised an important point here. The Igbo of today must begin to act collectively both on their behalf and on that of the others and essentially, we are awakening to this reality. But for it to become more apparent more people must get enlisted. Come on in and invite all your friends, there is still so much room left and there will always be. Believe me, there cannot be a better time to be Igbo - a time full of so many challenges but full of hope and great expectations.
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