The ancient city of Calabar went agog on Thursday as the Igbo Community played host to the Honorable Minister of State, Mines and Steel Development Dr. Uche Ogah.
ABN TV reports that the Minister is currently on a two-day visit to speak with the Igbo community on the need to foster peace and unity with their host communities across the country.
He urged the crowd who came to receive him to always works towards the unity of the country, insisting that Nigeria is better as one country.
He appealed to them to always be law abiding and take the message of peace home to their relatives in the south eastern states.
He emphasised that there is no gain in destroying the very fabrics of the society over anger.
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