The Seller is Not Igbo; the Buyer is Not Igbo; Why Are You Trying to Tribalize It?’ —Maxwell Opara Says

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During an interview with Arise TV, Maxwell Opara, the legal counsel for the owner of Banex Plaza, spoke out against attempts to tribalize the recent conflict at the plaza. Despite the area being deserted and efforts to identify those responsible, Opara revealed that some individuals are wrongly attributing the issue to the Igbo ethnic group. Opara emphasised that both the seller and buyer involved in the incident are not Igbo, and therefore, tribalizing the issue is unjustified.

He urged a focus on finding a peaceful resolution and ensuring that the right thing is done, rather than perpetuating harmful and divisive tribal narratives.

According to him, “So we are now calling the president to call the army commander; the national assembly should come in because the way this thing is going, it has generated another thing. Now, some people are trying to tribalize it; they are now saying that it is Igbo. I’m hearing that one this evening. I’m their lawyer, and we are hearing a lot of things. The owner of the phone (the seller) is not an Igbo, and the buyer is not an Igbo. Why are you trying to tribalize it? Igbo or no Igbo, what we are saying is that let the right thing be done….DÍSCOV£R MOR£

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