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Igbos Have More Properties than anyone in Abuja and Lagos, There’s no marginalization -Dayo Sobowale

In a recent interview with Arise News, analyst Dayo Sobowale pushed back against Pa Edwin Clark’s call for Igbo reintegration, arguing that the Igbo community has already achieved significant integration into Nigerian society. Sobowale pointed out that Igbos own a substantial amount of property in Abuja and Lagos, demonstrating their economic and social presence in the country.

He also highlighted Labour Party’s Presidential Candidate, Peter Obi’s victory over Bola Tinubu in Lagos during the last general election, suggesting that this outcome contradicts the narrative of Igbo marginalization.

In his words;

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“Who has more properties in Abuja than Igbos, Even Lagos. Don’t talk of marginalization in a vacuum. Even in Lagos, during the last election, is Obi a Yoruba man? Obi defeated Tinubu in Lagos, so that’s marginalization, do not let Papa Clark whip up sentiment for you who do not know history to get excited….See More

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