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South-East insecurity: Agitators seeking war won’t survive two weeks – Ken Nnamani

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Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani, has appealed to agitators within the South-East to sheathe their swords, warning that warfare will not be youngster’s play.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) mentioned the destruction and killings within the area shouldn’t be considered a problem to the federal authorities solely.

In a chat with reporters on Tuesday in Lagos, Nnamani famous that it’s higher for the Igbos to stay and obtain extra in Nigeria.

“The general public who name for warfare are often the primary to be worn out. They might not survive the primary two weeks.

“I witnessed the Biafra warfare. Many individuals died, together with college students in Nsukka; younger and shiny residents who had been a pleasure to their dad and mom, households and communities.

“If Nigeria is correctly organized, Igbos will thrive properly. We must always proceed to develop our abilities and companies.

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“The Igbos stand to learn most if there’s peace. With out boasting, there isn’t any place you wouldn’t discover Igbos.

“Go to Banana Island and Victoria Island in Lagos. Most of the skyscrapers are owned by Igbos. In Abuja, three quarters of the resorts are owned by Igbos.

“These investments can’t be moved. Turning weapons towards ourselves will not be the reply. Conflict will not be the answer, it’s not a celebration the place you sit and drink.”

Nnamani, whose guide ‘Standing Sturdy: Legislative Reforms, Third Time period and Different Problems with the fifth Senate’, can be launched subsequent week, known as for a degree enjoying floor for all tribes in Nigeria.

“Let the bottom be degree, allow us to all unite and be aggressive. This may assist to develop the nation to extra enviable heights”, he added.

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