I’ll return to South-East if Nigeria splits -Onyeka Onwenu
Nigeria’s music legend, Onyeka Onwenu, has warned towards division within the nation, saying that “Nigeria’s unity shouldn’t be negotiable”.
Onwenu, nonetheless, stated if the nation breaks up, she would favor to return to the South-East.
She stated this throughout a digital pre-book launch briefing forward of the discharge of her memoir ‘My Father’s Daughter’, billed for October 1.
The music icon known as on the folks of the South East, particularly these within the diaspora, to develop the area.
She stated, “It doesn’t take away no matter you’re doing in Lagos, Abuja, or Port Harcourt. You might be free to dwell and do enterprise wherever you’re however bear in mind again dwelling, we’re being marginalised for a very long time. And our folks have at all times accomplished issues for themselves.
“We constructed the Imo Airport. I used to be a part of the method. It stays the one airport within the nation that was constructed by the residents and handed over to the Federal Authorities.
“My father went to highschool overseas, folks in his dwelling city collected cash and supported him. That’s how we do issues, we’re communal folks. So, I’m not afraid to return dwelling.”
When requested for her views on the agitation for self-sovereignty by some teams within the nation, the human proper activist stated, “If that occurs (referring to Nigeria breaking apart), I’ll return to the South-East as a result of I wish to return dwelling. And even when we don’t break up, I wish to accomplish that a lot there.”
She charged Nigerians to play much less on tribalism by specializing in the positives inherent within the completely different ethnic teams that make up the nation.
Utilizing her marriage to a Yoruba Muslim that produced two kids as a reference, the 68-year-old music star enjoined each Nigerian to uphold the nation’s unity and cease insulting and denigrating one another.
“We’re blessed with the richness of our tradition and everybody ought to see themselves as one and never let divisions break the nation,” she added.
Onyeka defined that her new ebook, titled ‘My Father’s Daughter’, which incorporates over 450 pages, is designed to present inspiration to the youthful ones, particularly the youthful female gender.
She stated the ebook examines facets of her life which might be hitherto unknown to the general public.
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