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FG treating confirmed terrorists as royals but brutalising Kanu, Igbos – Group

Following the threat to re-arrest the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, by the federal government, Ohanaeze Ndigbo in a statement released to the press on Saturday, 26th August, had accused the federal government of bias as it claimed it looks the other way in its treatment of the Arewa youths who committed serious crime in their issuance of quit notice to fellow citizens living in the north.

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We’re not at war with Igbos, they’re our kinsmen – Northern group

As reactions continue to trail the ‘eviction’ ultimatum given to Igbos resident in northern Nigeria by a youth group, a Coalition of Northern Civil Society Organizations, NCSO, has said that the north is not at war with the Igbos and that Ndigbo are the kinsmen of the north. The group however described the eviction directive as a mere fallacy and a mission impossible.

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We should have allowed Igbos to secede but …

Last week, we brought you the first part of this captivating interview with General Ipoola Alani Akinrinade. In that copy, he discussed the health challenges of President Muhammadu Buhari – who happens to be his friend; the issue of restructuring – which has been one of his life-long pursuits; as well as his stay in exile during the National Democratic Coalition, NADECO, days.

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What the Igbos want in Nigeria (6)

THE fourth and last group of Igbos,where the present author belongs to, are those that believe that Nigeria is facing a national question. That this national question is the most critical problem facing the country today which, depending on how it is handled, can either rebuild or destroy her; that the best solution to this national question should only proceed from its understanding in terms of nationalities, without this being a disregard for the economic, political and constitutional palliatives that could impact upon the major variable.

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What the Igbos want in Nigeria (4)

A FACTION of the visitant six geo-politicians used to plead for an Igbo president, without letting it known whether or not it is tied to the restructuring, how related to Igbo wellbeing that would be, or just another means of advancing their business interests or achieving the Igbo quota of federal corruption in Nigeria, which they have since 1970 been imposing on helpless Igbo masses at the state and local government levels, unrestrained by anyone.

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