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We Will Protest If Our Checkpoints Are Closed down – Police Officers

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We will hold a massive protest in South East if our checkpoints are closed down – Police officers.

Some police officers have threatened to hold a massive protest in South East and South South if checkpoints are shutdown by nnamdi kanu.

Some of the officers who spoke to us anonymously claimed that the money they get from checkpoints is what they use to feed their family because they are not being paid well.

They went on to beg Nnamdi kanu not to go on with the plan order after 40 days.

“I am an officer and I’ve never killed any IPOB member. This order by kanu will affect me because they’re not paying us well..

Another policeman who spoke said;

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” We are going to hold our own protest if Nnamdi kanu goes ahead with this order. How does he expect us to survive.

Finally, the last comment from a policeman during interview with our correspondence reads….

” Nnamdi kanu should look towards our direction. Without the #100 I do collect from checkpoint, my children will not go to school. He should forgive us.

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A new tribe has emerged: We are now Northern Igbos — Igbos in Northern Nigeria

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Nasir El-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna state, met with the Igbo Delegate Assembly, which is made up of Igbo leaders from the 19 northern states and the Federal Capital Territory, at Government House in Abuja on Tuesday.

The South East leaders said the courtesy visit was to express gratitude to the Federal Government, Kaduna State Government, and the Northern Governors Forum for cooling the situation after a group of Northern Youths handed Igbos an ultimatum to leave the North.

The Igbo leaders have said unequivocally that they oppose Nigeria’s split. On behalf of the Northern Governors, Governor El-Rufai assured the Igbo Leaders that everyone in the North is safe.

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The young leaders demanded that the Igbos leave the north by October 1 and return to their native country in the southeast, in a letter dubbed the Igbo Quit Notice by the Nigerian media.

They also urged the government to enable the southeast to secede peacefully and resurrect the long-abandoned Republic of Biafra.

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Why Igbo leaders don’t criticize Nnamdi Kanu — Okorocha reveals

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Senator Rochas Okorocha, the former governor of Imo State, has stated that the main reason Igbo politicians are not speaking out against Nnamdi Kanu is that they do not want to anger their youngsters.

Many of the South East elders are not in support of Nnamdi Kanu and his objective, according to the Federal lawmaker who was answering questions from BBC Hausa, but they are only wanting to stay safe.

The leaders, he claims, are attempting to avoid losing their children if they come out and express what they really think.
Okorocha also blames a lack of work in the region for the region’s security problems.

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He went on to say that the majority of the kids who are triggering the problem are also battling with a lack of basic necessities.

As a result, Okorocha urged the government to enlist the help of the monarchs to resolve sectarian tensions in the country’s southeast.

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IPOB Is Like A Dot In A Circle, Has Nowhere To Go – Buhari

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The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) has described the Indigenous People of Biafra clamouring for secession as a dot in a circle that has nowhere to go.

The President said this in an interview with Arise TV broadcast on Thursday.

He said, “That IPOB is just like a dot in a circle. Even if they want to exit, they will have no access to anywhere.

“And the way they are spread all over the country, having businesses and properties, I don’t think IPOB knows what they are talking about.

“In any case, we say we’ll talk to them in the language that they understand. We’ll organise the police and the military to pursue them.”
Buhari also said that he has been assured by “the elderly people” and “the youths” from the South-South part of the country that their region has no intention of seceding.

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He said IPOB will not have “access to anywhere” even if they eventually secede from the country.

The President then reiterated his statement that IPOB members will be treated in the “language that they understand”.

“I was encouraged by what I heard, nobody told me. Two statements from the south-south. One by the elderly people, they said this time around there would be no (secession). And again the youth made the same statement; such encouragement,” Buhari said.

IPOB has been agitating for the secession of the South-East.

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