Throw Back to ADF’s Past Events

Throw Back to ADF’s Past Events

The International Colloquium On The Igbo Question In Nigeria (Before, During and After Biafra), This was the event that birthed ADF (Alaigbo Development Foundation), it was an event that was attended by lots of dignitaries and Igbo sons and daughters from around the world (both in Nigeria and in Diaspora), it was also  birth ground of the the Famous IGBO NATION Book, this magnificent event took place from 11-14th March, 2014 at Igbozurume Unity Hall, (Akanu Ibiam International Airport) Emene-Enugu

On 20th May, 2015 We had our Inaugural Conference And Book Presentation (IGBO NATION: History & Challenges of Rebirth and Development), the event was held at: Igbozurume Unity Hall, (Akanu Ibiam International Airport) Emene-Enugu

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On 25th-26th April, 2018 we had our 4th Anniversary Celebration (Themed: The Past, The Present And The Future) which so many Compatriots, Various Igbo Sons and Daughters were Present, this event took place at, The Base Event Centre, Independence Layout, Enugu.

On the 28th July, 2018 We had our Book Presentation (1966 Coup and Biafra Myth and Realities) & Consultative Forum which was a very successful event, and was held at Bon Sunsine Hotel, Presidential Road Enugu.

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On  7-8th July, 2019 we celebrated our 5th year anniversary with the Theme ADF, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. This memorable event was held at Honeywell Hotels, Umuchu, Auguata Orumba south, Anambra State.

2020 Kicked off on a very good note as we Embarked on a 3days retreat (6-8 January, 2020) THE ADF 2020 RETREAT themed Igbo Experience In NIgeria: The Way Forward. this event featured Prayer sessions and lots more, and it was held at  Mayfair Suites & Conference Centre

We look forward to a better 2020… ADF (The Rebuilding and Development of Igbo Nation and the Rebirth And Advancement of the spirit of her culture and Civilization)

 

ADF Press Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling on the Imo Guber Election

ADF Press Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling on the Imo Guber Election

ADF STATEMENT ON

THE RULING OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NIGERIA ON THE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN IMO STATE,

The Working Committee of the Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF) has duly studied the Ruling of the Supreme Court of Nigeria on the 2019 Governorship Election in Imo State and hereby wish to issue this following Statement.

 

The ADF duly followed and studied the results of the 2019 Governorship and other Elections held in Imo State. In addition, we have followed the two subsequent Rulings of the Election Tribunal and the Court of Appeal on the result of Governorship Election in Imo State. The ADF Legal Bureau has also painstakingly studied and provided a Report on the election and the subsequent Rulings on its outcome.

 

In the light of the above, The ADF Working Committee hereby not only reject but condemn the Ruling of the Supreme Court of Nigeria as a mindless assault on Democracy and Rule of Law which is its foundation. It is, above all, an arrogant assault on the fundamental right of Imo people to decide those to whom they give their mandate to preside over their political affairs for the next four years.

 

ADF position is based on a number of factors surrounding the judgement, among which is the technical and substantive impossibility of a candidate who came fourth in the election with just only 96,45 votes and came 4th in the Governorship Election would overtake every other candidate to defeat the number one candidate who scored 273, 404 votes. And this is a candidate whose Party, the All Progressive Congress (APC), did not win any seat in the State House of Assembly Election held simultaneously with the Presidential in the 2019 General Election. What is more, the manner in which the Justice Tanko-led Supreme Court judges did their on- the-sport calculations and came to their conclusion is so bizarre that one wonders whether this is happening in a normal human society or in Alice’s Wonderland.

The Justice Tanko-led Supreme Court appear to be desperately keeping faith with the grand design for which Justice Tanko was brazenly fostered on the Nigerian Judiciary after Justice Onnoghen was hounded out of office.

 

Our people in Imo State and the entre Igbo nation should regard the removal of the legitimately elected Governor of Imo State as a great assault on the Regional solidarity of Alaigbo, especially now that Regional cohesion is vital to the defense and security of Alaigbo from the invaders.

 

To our brother, Senator Hope Uzodinma, the beneficiary of the Supreme Court Ruling which we, in ADF reject, we say to you that you should remember that the Igbo blood is in your veins. Furthermore. You should also be mindful of the use-and-dump fate of some of our bothers some of whom are now shamefully languishing in jail.

 

To Our people in Imo State and Alaigbo in general, we, in ADF, say to you: –

 

 Political Struggle is a Perpetual Struggle.

The Terrain could be as Rugged as the Colorado Mountain.

Any Descent, no matter how Steep

Should be no Reason for Resignation, So Don’t Give Up!

Your Right to Self-Determination and Freedom is Inalienable.

The Struggle Continues!  

                                                                             

PROF UZODINMA NWALA                                          PROF NATH ANIEKWU

ADF PRESIDENT                                                              ADF SECRETARY

 

 

HIS LORDSHIP                                                                 HON ABIA ONYIKE

BISHOP OBI UDEZUE ONUBOGU                            CHAIRMAN

CHAIRMAN,  ADF BoT                                                  ADF PUBLICITY BUREAU

 

 

The Working Committee of the Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF) has duly studied the Ruling of the Supreme Court of Nigeria on the 2019 Governorship Election in Imo State and hereby wish to issue this following Statement. The ADF duly followed and studied the results of the 2019 Governorship and other Elections held in Imo State. In addition, we have followed the two subsequent Rulings of the Election Tribunal and the Court of Appeal on the result of the Governorship Election in Imo State. The ADF Legal Bureau has also painstakingly studied and provided a Report on the election and the subsequent Rulings on its outcome. In light of the above, The ADF Working Committee hereby not only rejects but condemn the Ruling of the Supreme Court of Nigeria as a mindless assault on Democracy and Rule of Law which is its foundation. It is, above all, an arrogant assault on the fundamental right of Imo people to decide those to whom they give their mandate to preside over their political affairs for the next four years.

ADF position is based on a number of factors surrounding the judgment, among which is the technical and substantive impossibility of a candidate who came fourth in the election with just only 96,45 votes and came 4th in the Governorship Election would overtake every other candidate to defeat the number one candidate who scored 273, 404 votes. And this is a candidate whose Party, the All Progressive Congress (APC), did not win any seat in the State House of Assembly Election held simultaneously with the Presidential in the 2019 General Election. What is more, the manner in which the Justice Tanko-led Supreme Court judges did their on- the-sport calculations and came to their conclusion is so bizarre that one wonders whether this is happening in a normal human society or in Alice’s Wonderland.

The Justice Tanko-led Supreme Court appears to be desperately keeping faith with the grand design for which Justice Tanko was brazenly fostered on the Nigerian Judiciary after Justice Onnoghen was hounded out of office.

 

Our people in Imo State and the entire Igbo nation should regard the removal of the legitimately elected Governor of Imo State as a great assault on the Regional solidarity of Alaigbo, especially now that Regional cohesion is vital to the defense and security of Alaigbo from the invaders.

To our brother, Senator Hope Uzodinma, the beneficiary of the Supreme Court Ruling which we, in ADF reject, we say to you that you should remember that the Igbo blood is in your veins. Furthermore. You should also be mindful of the use-and-dump fate of some of our bothers some of whom are now shamefully languishing in jail.

To Our people in Imo State and Alaigbo in general, we, in ADF, say to you: –

 Political Struggle is a Perpetual Struggle.

The Terrain could be as Rugged as the Colorado Mountain.

Any Descent, no matter how Steep

Should be no Reason for Resignation, So Don’t Give Up!

Your Right to Self-Determination and Freedom is Inalienable.

The Struggle Continues!