Secessionist agitations: Northern Youths insist on referendum

…Says Igboho, Kanu arrest not enough The Coalition of Northern Groups, (CNG), said the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho is not the solution to separatist agitations insisting that referendum is the way to go.  The Coalition, in a press statement issued by the spokesperson, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, said, “ From the outset, we wish to be categoric that the arrest of Igboho and Kanu should not be mistaken as bringing about the end to the uprisings and disturbances over self-determination perpetrated by southern Nigerian elites and governments who use…

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Southern Governors surreptitiously supporting seccession?

By Bala Ibrahim The call for coup today, for the first time by people in power, which was announced by no less a person than a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, (SAN) and governor of Ondo State, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, on behalf of the southern Nigerian governors, is a call that must be taken with the seriousness it deserved. Arising from the meeting of their Forum in Lagos, today Monday, 05/07/21, the southern governors of Nigeria made a pronouncement on how they want Nigeria to go. Although they claimed to be…

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Calls for secession: “Nigeria will never break up” – Engr. Khailani

By Maryam Zakari A former Gubernatorial candidate in the 2007 Election in Kaduna State and former NNPC Senior Staff, Engr. Khailani Muhammed, has said Nigeria will remain one despite the instability experienced in different parts of the country. Kailani, a trained engineer with profound experience, stated this while featuring as a guest on Liberty TV programme: “State of the Union” yesterday, in Abuja. The skilled administrator, technocrat and community-oriented personality per-excellence, said although there have been sustained calls for Nigeria’s breakup from both the proponents of a Biafra nation and…

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