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Our Proposal


To put in the easiest way possible, we propose that collectively regardless of what organisation we belong to, that we all answer this call for action and unite under one voice and one umbrella organisation to stand and fight for the saving of our Great Race, before it disappears for ever into the history books.

The time to make history is now and the way to make this history is to look beyond the self and individualism, to the much bigger picture, which is the future of the Igbo Race. There comes a time when a few have to sacrifice for the majority, let us the Igbo’s of the UK be that few that sacrifice our selfish goals for the future of the majority. What we are asking is this, are you ready to join us on this historical and most worthwhile of journeys?

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If your answer is yes then we welcome you on board, if your answer is no, then we ask that you tell us what we need to do to ensure you join us to achieve this truly noble cause of saving and ensuring our peoples place in histoy, we will do our best to meet your demands as long as they are for the greater benefit of the Igbo Race. Remember the slogan of the three musketeers - one for all and all for one - this is what we at the CIC are asking you to subscribe to for the benefit of all.

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From Nigeria

Igboland has taken up a large part of southeastern Nigeria, mostly on the eastern side of the Niger River. It extends westward across the Niger to the regions of Aniocha, Ndokwa, Ukwuani, and Ika in present-day Delta State and also minute parts of Edo State in more

From UK

Igboland has taken up a large part of southeastern Nigeria, mostly on the eastern side of the Niger River. It extends westward across the Niger to the regions of Aniocha, Ndokwa, Ukwuani, and Ika in present-day Delta State and also minute parts of Edo State in more

From EIC

- European Igbo Communities - Igboland has taken up a large part of southeastern Nigeria, mostly on the eastern side of the Niger River. It extends westward across the Niger to the regions of Aniocha, Ndokwa, Ukwuani, and Ika in present-day Delta State and also minute parts of Edo State in more