Monday, 31 October 2016

"Igbos are their own worst enemies" - Ex-Gov

Ex-governor of Abia state, Orji Uzor Kalu, has said Igbos are their own worst enemies while citing discipline as what has kept Yorubas at bay.

In the recent edition og The Interview, the billionaire stressed that Igbo politicians are not disciplined and don't understand politics.

Orji mirrored his fractured relationship with Theodore Orji and that of Bola Tinubu and Raji Fashola saying the two ex-governors of Lagos had more issues than he and Theodore.

“Igbos are their own worst enemies. Let me tell you, there were more problems between (Asiwaju Bola) Tinubu and (Babatunde) Fashola than there were between me and TA Orji, but it is the discipline of the Yorubas that kept them at bay.

“Igbos have no discipline in terms of politics. They are very good traders; they’re good in anything they do, but they don’t understand politics,” Orji told The Interview.

Orji was re-arraigned by the EFCC on Monday, October 31, 2016 over an alleged N3.2billion fraud during his eight year tenure.

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