The popular Igbo group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo paid a courtesy call on Nigerian billionaire, Ned Nwoko.
News of the visit was made known by the billionaire on his verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Instagram.
Sharing some photos, the billionaire wrote;
“I received a delegation of the National Leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo led by the President General,Prof George Obiozor in my hometown Idumuje Ugboko.
They presented me with a copy of the position paper of the Pan-Igbo group on the current state of affairs in the country titled ‘The Journey So Far’. They also stressed on the need for peace in Nigeria.”
The billionaire was in the news some days ago after a Nigerian man claimed his father was jailed for six years by the billionaire.
According to reports from Sahara Reporters, the elected president-general of Idumeje Ugboko Development Union, Ifejoku was arrest by the Delta State Police by the former lawmaker in 2016. According to the son of Ifejoku, Ned Nwoko accused his father before jailing him of sponsoring the indigenes of Aniocha North Local Government Area to protest against him.
The son of Ifejoku told Sahara reporters that his father is currently rotting behind bars because he did not support the evil intentions of Ned Nwoko grabbing lands from innocent people.