Ikwere Boys Why Were You Wailing Over IPOB Sit-at-Home On Radio?

By Nwadiuto M.

Although I am not an ipob supporter but something happened concerning the sit-at-home in Port harcourt.

Radio reports in PH on the Ipob sit-at-home action saw some Ikwere boys who are revenue collectors in Igbo markets across ph wailing over the loss of revenue that befell them on May 30.

By Nwadiuto M.

Although I am not an ipob supporter but something happened concerning the sit-at-home in Port harcourt.

Radio reports in PH on the Ipob sit-at-home action saw some Ikwere boys who are revenue collectors in Igbo markets across ph wailing over the loss of revenue that befell them on May 30.

Some of them who were interviewed by radio stations were angry with Igbo traders for not opening their shops on that day thereby making them not to make money as they use to make on daily basis.This quite foolish.

Each of them interviewed said they didnt even make up to 10% of what they usually generate on daily basis from each of those markets that day.

The shameful thing there was that some of them were shamelessly calling on governor Wike to sanction the traders. What a pity on Ikwere boys. How can you be angry with somebody because he said he wants to sit at home? Are they government workers? Why dont you people go into business like them. I thought some of you claim they are not important to you so why are you wailing now?

And this brings me back to warn those igbos here who wants to attach Ikwere to Igbos by force to desist from that senseless act. Ikwere people are not our brothers. You can see that laziness runs in their blood. Igbos are not lazy folks. My people pls be wise. If people who feels they own oil in their state can wail for loss of revenue just because you didnt open your shop just for one day, doesnt that tell you that having oil in your state doesnt make one important? Again be wise.

Nwadiuto writes from Port Harcourt

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