Name, prosecute lawmaker identified as secessionists’ sponsor, Reps challenge Buhari
How to stop secessionist agitations — Amamgbo
Secession: History will not be kind to Buhari, if… — CAN
Insurgency/Banditry/Secession: It’s difficult to defeat security threats without weapons, equipment — Army Chief tells Senate
Demand restructuring, not secession — Oluwo tasks agitators
No reasonable Igbo man is asking for secession, says Okorocha
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‘There’s no hunger for secession in the north’
Nigeria’s government is calling for national unity after southerners were given an ultimatum to leave the country’s north, triggering renewed calls for independence elsewhere.
Biafra: Conduct referendum for secession now or …, MASSOB tells FG
The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra,MASSOB, Thursday, asked the Federal Government to quickly conduct a referendum in the south-east geopolitical as a precursor to secession or face the total shutdown of socio-economic activities in the region and beyond.
Was there a country? Agitation for Biafra and its enemies (2)
From the Maitatsine riots of 1981 to the Boko Haram insurgency mostly in the North-East, the Igbo have been, disproportionately when compared with Nigerians from other ethnic groups, the greatest victims of wanton acts of destruction by their Northern compatriots for no good reason.
BIAFRA: Answer to grievances of Ndigbo isn’t secession but… – Nwabueze
Constitutional lawyer and leader of eminent group of Nigerians, The Patriots, Professor Ben Nwabueze (SAN), has admonished pro-Biafra groups under the umbrellas of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), to have a rethink over their renewed calls for the State of Biafra.
Buhari and the Biafrans
Dr. Chu S. P. Okongwu in his 2004 tributes to Ukpabi Asika, took an aside in his eulogies to emphasize the following: “The generation born after the civil war will not know that the former Eastern region, comprising East-Central State, South-Eastern state, and Rivers state, enjoyed a highly developed road network, with probably the highest quality road density in sub-Saharan Africa. These had been damaged or neglected during the war. Ukpabi Asika planned to reconstruct and modernize these.
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