Connect with us


Northern Leaders Sends Message To Buhari Over Biafra And Oduduwa Secessionist (Details below)



The former member of Nigeria senate, Shau Sanni has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to address the issue of the Secessionist in southern Nigeria.

He flagged against the idea of breaking away from the country in which he urged the group to stay away from what it can caused war, but the federal government to look into their demand and do the needful.

He said the people that are demanding Successions are too many than they have ever been, he talked to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu and Asari Dokubo who publicly declared the Biafra Nation.

He also talked about the Yoruba leader Banjo Akintoye who claimed to have written a letter to the British council and Sunday Adeyemo Igboho who also declared the Yoruba state not to be part of Nigeria anymore.

@Auwa Kiri said

These people are not serious, how many parts of Nigeria is going to be broke it is not like a cake, a country like Nigeria is not easy to be broke but let them do their Nigerian army are ready for any stupid.


Man Declares Biafrans And Oduduwas Are Not Serious, A Country Like Nigeria Cannot Break Easily

As the secession struggle continues with some people from South West part of the country and their Eastern counterpart seems to have had enough of one Nigeria. They have been making their voices been heard via their respective activists, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for the Indigenous people of Biafra IPOB, and Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho for the Oduduwa republic in South West.

READ ALSO  No regret proscribing IPOB in Rivers – Gov. Wike

A Nigerian man identified as Auwal Kiri have taken his Twitter handle to sound a note of warning to all those working tirelessly to disturb the peace and Unity of the country with their call for separation.

According to him, those clamouring for Biafra and Oduduwa republic are not serious because a country like Nigeria which is the giant of Africa will not be easy to break like cake.

What’ d do you think about this. . . . . . . drop your comments below.

Follow us on social media: