Ndigbo at home and abroad have called for a review of the constitution in line with the principles enshrined in the 1960 constitution and 1963 republic constitution.
The call contained in a communique issued in Uturu, Abia State at the end of the 2016 World Igbo Summit, said the suggested amendment of the constitution should recognize the right of each federating unit to self-determination and regional economy.
The summit also called for the release of detained Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and other Pro-Biafra Agitators who they regarded as Prisoners of conscience.
They declared their commitment to a united Nigeria where Ndigbo would live and operate as equal citizens without any bias and discrimination.
The summit was attended by Igbo Leaders, including the obi of Onitsha, the former foreign affairs minister, retired major General Ike Nwachukwu, former Nigeria’s ambassador to the us, professor George Obiozor, Former Governor Chukwuemeka Ezeife, and former PDP National Women Leader, Mrs Josephine Annenih.