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Southeast: Deployment of military may lead to Nigeria’s break up – Ohanaeze




The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, on Sunday, cautioned the Federal Authorities towards any deployment of army to the South-East.


It warned that such motion might result in Nigeria’s break up.

Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, Secretary Common, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, gave the warning in an announcement he made accessible to DAILY POST.

He mentioned the “Southeast has remained the nation’s most secure place for overseas and native investments. What is occurring now just isn’t unusual because the UK Ambassador introduced in his earlier warnings that Northern bandits have been sponsored to the South, probably to wreak havoc and tensions within the area.

“Our perception and suspicions have been bolstered by means of evidences of serial assaults and violence perpetrated in our zone by ‘unknown gunmen’, just a few weeks after UK’s warnings of exodus of Northern bandits heading in the direction of South, with provocative agenda to inflict disaster, anarchy and promotion of civil disturbances, particularly within the peaceable Southeast and South-South for political causes.”

He known as on President Muhammadu Buhari “to withstand the temptation of army deployment to the South-East as the results may be disastrous and a preparatory floor for never-ending guerrilla actions or one other avoidable warfare.

“Ndigbo has implicit confidence on ESN and Ebubeagu for self protection.

“Navy should concentrate on the insurgency within the North and refuse to struggle in any respect fronts on the similar time. Ndigbo are emergency specialists and any infiltration within the strategy of Igbo defensive mechanism would possibly spell doom for Nigeria.

“Ndigbo don’t want army help now, besides there are excessive degree manipulations to destabilize and destroy our area for political functions and deny Ndigbo presidency in 2023.”

Southeast: Deployment of army could result in Nigeria’s break up – Ohanaeze

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