A confederation of socio-political groups in a South-East has asked President Goodluck Jonathan to perform a promises he done to a Igbo or risk losing their support in a stirring presidential election.
The coalition, that done a direct after a assembly in Enugu, pronounced a President had not shown adequate appreciation for a large votes he perceived in a South-East in 2011.
The associations that shaped a confederation are Igbo Traders Congress, Igbo Women Assembly, Umuada Ala Igbo, Igbo Students Association, Igbo Youth Movement, South-East Self Determination Coalition and Eastern Christian Council.
The National President of a Igbo Women Assembly and a member of Igbo Leaders of Thought, Mrs. Maria Okwor, remarkable that a Igbo were not happy with a approach they were being treated by a Federal Government.
According to her, a Igbo had not been rewarded for a confederation of votes given to Jonathan in 2011.
Okwor pronounced a Igbo approaching a lot from a President though he had nonetheless to accommodate a high expectations.
She said, “We are not happy that we are being taken for postulated and we will like him (Jonathan) to make petrify promises to us and start something, not only promises.
“Right now, we are deliberation so many options since we wish a people who will recognize a existence and who will solve a problems – we are not recognised.”
The women personality urged Jonathan to start saving superb promises that he done to a Igbo, before a stirring elections.
“The East/West rail line they betrothed to build for us, will it happen?
“When will it happen? Can it be started before this reign ends so that we can have something to wish for?
“Otherwise, we competence have some alternatives since there are other parties that can assistance us grasp a objectives,” she said.
She also voiced reservations over a state of infrastructure in a South East. She serve remarkable with regrets that a Enugu-Onitsha expressway was still not motorable.
Okwor also frowned on what she described as a approach Jonathan had been reaching out to a Igbo by some businessmen like Arthur Eze and Ifeanyi Uba, observant “whereas a Igbo have convincing leaders like Prof. Ben Nwabueze, a former Vice President, Alex Ekwueme, and others.”