Solomon Buchi Takes Firm Stand on Nigeria’s Division, Citing Igbo Marginalization

by Adeola Adeyeye
0 comment

In a recent statement on the X platform, social commentator and life coach Solomon Buchi made a bold declaration about Nigeria’s perpetual state of division.

Taking a firm stance, he asserted that Nigeria would never achieve unity due to the systemic marginalization of the Igbo people and their exclusion from leadership positions.

Buchi’s assertion stems from his observation that despite the rhetoric of “One Nigeria,” the Igbo ethnic group continues to face significant obstacles in attaining political power and representation. He contends that until the Igbos are afforded equal opportunities to govern and lead, the ideal of a unified Nigeria will remain elusive.

In his statement, Buchi emphasized the importance of recognizing and respecting the distinct cultural identity of the Igbo people. He urged for the acknowledgment of Nigeria’s diversity and the acceptance of each ethnic group’s autonomy to preserve their unique heritage.

One Nigeria until it’s time for Igbo people to rule Nigeria. Please, Nigeria is not one. It has never been and I’m beginning to believe that it will never be. Let Igbos be Igbos,” Buchi stated unequivocally.

This is not the first time Buchi has addressed societal issues affecting Nigeria. In previous statements, he has spoken out about the challenges of inter-tribal marriages and the complexities of raising bilingual children in a multicultural household.

Leave a Comment