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NewsReel 23/6/14 - The Relevance of A Dynamic Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC)

NewsReel 23/6/14 - The Relevance of A Dynamic Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC)

[ Masterweb Reports: Hon. Uchendu Precious Onuoha reports ] - There comes a time in the life and existence of every individual, organization, and nation to take a stock to reflect and re-evaluate its steps, achievements, goals and objectives as an appraisal to ascertain their relevance in the society they belong. For Ohaneze Ndigbo, and Ndigbo in general with the birth of Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC) I proclaim;
“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder”…. Isaiah 9 : 6. Yes, for the first time in the history of Ohaneze Ndigbo, on April 5,2014, Ohaneze mid-wifed the birth of  the Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC), through a well-organized democratic process which elected Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro and other members of his executive as the new leader of Ohaneze youth in Nigeria and worldwide. By virtue of that election lies on him and his executive the onus of the power to mobilize Igbo youths worldwide.

Considering the enormous task involved, the (OYC) has taken a wise decision to appoint Chief Charles Okereke, a worthy Igbo son, media practitioner and publisher as the Ohaneze Youth Council Ambassador at large / diaspora and media consultant to champion the cause of mobilizing Igbo youths in diaspora  to come together as one as a mighty force. The Ambassador has commenced work immediately to lay the foundation that will set up the structure to mobilize Igbo youths by appointing leaders in various countries of the globe to bring Igbo youths into the fold of Ohaneze.

In Spain Hon. Uchendu Precious Onuoha, an Igbo Zealot, Journalist, Prolific Writer and Author was appointed to organize Igbo youths in the kingdom of Spain and bring them into the fold of this large family. Chief Okorie Mbah, a deserving well decorated Igbo son, and a Shipping Merchant based in Mali was appointed as Ohaneze Youth West Africa Co-odinator. And Pastor George Otubo Nwafor, a worthy Igbo son and a servant of God was appointed as Ohaneze Youth Burkina Faso Co-ordinator. Subsequently, appointment for leaders of chapters of other countries worldwide continues.

As mentioned earlier,” unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder”. Today, the birth of OYC is a new dawn and a new trend to Ohaneze and Ndigbo and before I proceed to highlight more on the relevance of this new trend, it is important for us to reflect on the history and the road Ohaneze has traveled to this point. Because if we know our history we would know where we are coming from and where we are going to, and will not be like “Buffalo soldiers”, because Ibo says, “akoruo, egeruo”.

That will help us to examine if the major objectives of the founding fathers have been achieved, and how we as members of this large family in this dispensation can hold forth not to allow the dreams and good intentions of the founding fathers fizzle out or die in our own hands. Let us take our mind back in retrospect to recollect a brief history of Ohaneze as to know why,how, what, where and when it started.

The history of Ohaneze Ndigbo according to some reliable sources dates back to the early 1930s when some Igbos in Lagos brought together divisional organizations, clans, and several town unions and formed the Lagos Igbo union in order to organize a reception for Dr. Akanu Ibiam, the second Igbo medical doctor on his return after his studies abroad in 1937. The union gained momentum with the return and backing of Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe and Dr. Dennis Osadebe. It later became a voice for the Igbo, and its objectives were mainly for the welfare and interest of the Igbo in Lagos. In 1943, the organization changed its name to Igbo federal union. This union brought the Igbo together and instilled in them the consciousness of being Igbo and to always think of the development and progress of home land while contributing to the good of their host communities. As a union, it waxed stronger and spread to various parts of the country.

In 1948, it gave rise to Igbo state union which was inaugurated in PortHarcout. The union flourished until 1966 when all state unions, tribal and socio-cultural organizations were banned by the military regime of Major General Aguiyi  Ironsi. There was what seemed like a void after the ban, as there was no other voice as powerful as the Igbo state union to speak for the Igbo. The void ensued after the gruesome experience of Ndigbo in the Nigeria/Biafra war, an experience that remains a watershed in the history of Ndigbo in Nigeria, as there was no family in Igbo land that did not count a head loss. The horrific and heartbreaking experience had a psychological trauma on the Igbo. The Igbo emerged from the war, devastated, poor, and helpless but not spiritually broken and defeated. Their spirit of self-help and industry still survived. And after the war, there was a vacuum and a need to have a voice and an organization that would be a rallying point for the Igbo.

In 1976, our elders, royal fathers, jurists and eminent personalities Ndigbo could boast of, thought it wise to resurrect the pan Igbo spirit and form an organization in line with the objectives of the Igbo state union. Through the efforts of these founding fathers like, Prof. Ben Nwabueze, Dr. Kingsley Mbadiwe, Dennis Osadebe, Chief Jerome Ugorji, Dr. Pius Okigbo, His Royal Majesty Eze Cletus Ilomuanya to mention but a few, gathered and proclaimed the need to unify Igbos under a common umbrella organization. By that act, Ohaneze Ndigbo which is a successor to the Igbo state union was born and became the post war pan Igbo socio-cultural organization and the single most powerful, respected, and recognized body for the Igbo in Nigeria and outside. It has always been the reference point and a clearing house for matters affecting the interest of the Igbos within Nigeria and outside Nigeria.

A new dawn is here today for Ndigbo by virtue of the birth of Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC) on her status as the youth wing, it will work in partnership with the parent body for the interest of Ndigbo as to achieve and accomplish the objectives and aims of the founding fathers. While Ohaneze remains the supreme body, heart and soul of Ndigbo, the OYC is meant to be the active force. And its decisions and activities which are democratically oriented will be virtually binding. While OYC is not a political party but a socio-cultural organization, and is concerned with the socio-economic problems that affect Ndigbo, it will not turn blind eyes to political issues such as marginalization, inequity and injustice as they affect the young generation of Ndigbo.

They will strongly add their voice in the Nigerian polity to emphasize that Nigeria belongs to all and should be free and fair to all citizens. And that Ndigbo, considering their adventurous spirit, courage, self-confidence, determination and liberty will continue to work with all for the progress of Nigeria, in line with the visions of the founding fathers which were structured to take care and protect the interest of Ndigbo. Therefore, I use this medium to call on all Igbo youths in Nigeria, Spain, and all over the world to support and become a member of this great family by joining hands to make Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC) great and relevant. God bless Ndigbo, God bless Ohaneze Youth Council (OYC), and God bless Nigeria.
Hon. Uchendu Precious Onuoha, Ohanaeze Youth-Spain Chairman and Media Coordinator reports. 
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