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Xenophobia: Igbos want Dr Adeniran Abraham Ariyo head examined by Texas Medical Board



ITRealms:
Civil Society Organisations (CSO) and right activists, especially of Igbo extraction in Eastern Nigeria are now calling for the head of Dr. Adeniran Abraham Ariyo to be examined by the Texas Medical Board, over his invitation for massacre of Igbos in Nigeria as the ongoing xenophobia attacks in South Africa rages, reports ITRealms.

This is coming as over 1,874 supporters have endorsed the petition within 18 hours of its commencement, according to ITRealms investigations, cutting across all tribes of Nigeria.

Ariyo reportedly wrote on his Facebook page which has since been deleted, but some fast-fingers screen shot it before it went viral:

“You see how they (the Igbos) are being slaughtered in South Africa. That’s what’s going to happen to them in Lagos…When are they (the Igbos) not going to be slaughtered in Abuja?…God might have put a curse on them (the Igbos)…We will continue to bus them (the Igbos) to Onitsha.” - Dr. Abraham Ariyo.

ITRealms also reports that a petition has been sent to the Texas Medical Board on Change.Org by a group known as Nigerian Moment, calling for investigations on Dr. Ariyo who himself is an immigrant.

According to the petition, the group urged the Texas Medical Board to investigate a Dallas-based cardiologist, Dr. Adeniran Abraham Ariyo who called for xenophobic attack against Igbos the way foreigners were violently attacked in South Africa.

They also argued that the petition was based on the fact that the massacre or extermination of any ethnic group is against the United Nations (UN) law and of course the laws of United States. 

“No ethnic group should ever have to be massacred due to hate for any reason whatsoever since there are legally accepted ways of dealing and settling differences. The world cannot allow this to happen,” the proponents of Nigerian Moment declared.

One of the petitioners, Ogechi Akalezi from Igbobi-Lagos, stated that this call for the killing of the Igbos is enough to generate violence and attack on the Igbos residing in non-Igbo states in Nigeria. “His hospital should also be investigated and his license revoked,” Akalezi said.
 

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