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LGAs In Igboland
5
States In Igboland
24%
Of Nigerians Are Igbo
42000000
Population Of Ndigbo
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IPAN In The Press
Igbos absence at Lekki tollgate protest laudable – IPAN (Onitsha GRA)

Igbos for a Progressive Nigeria (IPAN) has commended people of the South East for distancing themselves from the recent #OccupyLekkiTollgate unrest called by a former presidential candidate of AAC, Omoyele...

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Lekki tollgate protest: stop using Ndigbo to divide Nigeria – IPAN warns Sowore, others (The Nation)

A group, Igbos for a Progressive Nigeria (IPAN) has warned the presidential candidate of African Action Congress in the 2019 general elections, Omoyele Sowore and others to desist from using...

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Nnamdi Kanu Can’t Dictate For Ndigbo, Says IPAN (The Independent)

A pro-Nigeria group known as Igbos for a Progressive Nigeria ( IPAN ) has condemned in very strong terms the idea of what it described as a minority group setting...

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IPAN blames Igbo politicians, others for South East under-development (The Guardian)

A group, working under the umbrella of Igbo for a Progressive Nigeria (IPAN), has blamed political leaders and other office holders of Igbo extraction at various levels of government for...

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‘Begging for Presidency portrays Ndigbo as second fiddle’ (The Nation)

A group, Igbos for a Progressive Nigeria (IPAN) has urged people of the South East to view the Igbo presidency as their right and not a privilege ahead of the...

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2023: Don’t beg to be president, group tells South-East (The Punch)

A group, Igbo for a Progressive Nigeria, has urged the people of the South-East not to genuflect to anybody in order to be president of Nigeria in 2023. Describing the...

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