Ahead of PEPT verdict,Ndigbo Lagos cautions Ndigbo to be extra vigilant


We hope this message finds you in good health and high spirits. We write to you today with a matter of utmost importance that requires your immediate attention.. As the Election Tribunal prepares to announce its verdict tomorrow 6th September 2023, we kindly urge all members of the Igbo community in Lagos to exercise caution, be careful, and stay focused.


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We are writing to you today with a matter of utmost importance that requires your attention and vigilance. As you may be aware, the Election Tribunal is scheduled to announce its judgement tomorrow September 6th 2023. This decision holds great significance for our community and the larger Nigeria political landscape. In light of this, we urge all of our fellow Igbo residents in Lagos to exercise caution, be careful, and remain vigilant during this time. “Onye ndị iro gbara gburugburu ná eche ndụ ya nche”

We understand that emotions may run high and that tensions can escalate, especially within the politically charged atmosphere surrounding the electoral processes across the country and most especially Lagos. It is essential to prioritize the safety and well-being of ourselves, our families, and our community amidst this crucial period. We kindly request all Igbo residents in Lagos to adhere to the following guidelines:

1. Stay informed: Keep yourself updated with reliable sources of information regarding the outcome of the Election Tribunal proceedings. Rely on trusted news outlets, official statements, and community organizations for accurate updates. Asịrị bụ Ụgha! 2. Maintain calm: While it is understandable to feel passionate about the proceedings, it is crucial to maintain calm and composure. Avoid engaging in confrontations or acts of aggression that may lead to harm or jeopardize public safety! Cheta ná Ndụ bụ Ịsị! 3. Be aware of Your surroundings: Pay attention to your surroundings and remain alert. If you notice any suspicious activity or sense potential danger, report it immediately to the appropriate authorities or contact your nearest Ịgbọ community organizations for assistance. Ígwè bụ Ike!

4. Avoid spreading rumors: Verify the authenticity of any information you receive before sharing it further. Spreading rumors can create panic and unnecessary unrest within the community. 5. Engage in peaceful dialogue: If discussions about the verdict Arise wherever you may be, we advise cautious muteness. But if you must express your opinions, please do so respectfully and engage in peaceful dialogue. We Encourage open-mindedness, understanding, and empathy towards differing viewpoints. 6. Seek legal assistance: In case you or someone you know requires legal assistance during or after the announcement for obvious infractions or act of violence against you or your family, reach out to legal professionals or contact Ndigbo Lagos through the Secretariat, so you can be provided with guidance and support. 7. Stay connected: Whilst you go about your duties, errands and work tomorrow, we enjoin you to keep in touch with family members, friends, and trusted individuals within the Igbo community in your neighbourhood. By staying connected, we can offer support to one another, share information, and respond quickly to any emergencies that may arise. Remember, we are a resilient and unified community. Together, we can navigate through any challenges that may arise and uphold the peace and harmony we cherish. Lastly, we wish to emphasize that our primary concern is the safety and well-being of each and every member of the Igbo Community in Lagos. Let us remain cautious, careful, and vigilant, ensuring a peaceful and safe environment for ourselves and others. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this critical time. Stay strong, stay united, and may peace prevail. ©NDIGBO LAGOS SECRETARIAT

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