Quit notice: Katsina Youths Distance Self From Emir, Insist Igbo Must Leave

On August 12, 2017 44 Comments

Katsina State Progressive Youth Alliance insist that the October 1 Igbo quit notice remains despite several assurances given by the Emir of Katsina Abdulmimin Usman that the Igbo’s are safe and should not leave.

Speaking at a press conference, the Secretary General of the alliance Abdullahi Marusa barely 24 hours after the emir had reassured Igbo’s, said the alliance holds the emir in high esteem but there is no going back on the October 1st.

Nnamdi Kanu, he said was allowed to toil with the fragile peace of the nation adding that the region silence should not be taken for granted.

He said, Some northerners Like Atiku, Bugaje have clearly shown from their utterances and acts that they don’t believe in the North as such we see them as opportunist seeking relevance from the ongoing impasse.

“The southerners are allowed to say so many worst threat statements of threat, intimidation and blackmail, why aren’t they asked to stop. It’s only when the north reacted that they accused of causing tension” he said.

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    • John Ike says:

      So to you now, you think the threat will stop Biafra from happening, , dude you must be dreaming, the more the threat the more the reason for more people to support Biafra and the disintegration of Nigeria, We have the last laugh man

  1. Chukwuemeka Echetabi says:

    [09/08 13:11] chukwuemeka: This is declaration of jihad and Christians in the North should understand them because of previous war at jos , Kaduna south , Benue state etc . They plan to spare no Christian , so CAN take note
    [09/08 14:03] chukwuemeka: T A demand for independence is not a call for war, after all Nigeria called for independence from Britain was not taken as call for war , even in the world today . so how can they see call for Biafra referendum as a call for war that mean yes or no vote.
    [10/08 19:16] chukwuemeka: The previous jihad wars in jos ,Kaduna, Nasarawa , Benue etc .The Igbo’s and Yoruba helped in curtailing it .With the planed Igbo exit , jihad will be an easy ride in these places especially jos were they said it belongs to them . infarct when they say Igbo’s they mean Christians, from previous utterances (infedel
    [10/08 21:22] chukwuemeka: The idea is divide and rule. Keep them as different people and reduce their number then rule over them.
    [11/08 04:26] chukwuemeka: The one the Northerners have been acting as if they are above the law, killing Ibos at will, allocating all Oil Well to themselves as they like, claiming the country belong to them’ and that the unity of the country is not negotiable which we know that every good marriage must be negotiated and agree, and their youth issuing quit notice without being criminalized. I think it has just begun, something more serious than all these will happen. If we actually want to live together, every aspect of the existence and the unity of the country must be sincerely discussed and implemented.
    [11/08 04:34] chukwuemeka: It is a shame that the group that calls themselves the Coalition of Northern group does not know that there is problem in our land. It is clear that they refused to see the problem in Nigeria because the leaders they provided Nigeria have not taken the nation any where for the past over 40 years they were in charge of affairs. Nigeria needs to more in a different direction if she will survive as a nation.
    If any person or group of persons is complaining about the situation in the country, the only way to stop it is to first hear the person out or listen to what the person has to say, secondly, if the person has said the truth, take steps to redress or correct the situation.
    After taking the above two steps, there is no doubt that the situation would be changed for the better.
    [11/08 04:39] chukwuemeka: The current Hausa hate song treading in the social media is despicable, sad and disappointing. Ohanaeze is appalled that prominent leaders in the north (with the exception of a few), have allowed this development to flourish without reproach. The Arewa youths have stoked the embers of hatred to a discomforting temperature. The toleration of their criminal conduct has potrayed the Federal government as biased and unfair.
    Their quit notice to fellow Nigerians to leave any part of Nigeria strikes at the fundamental rights of citizenship. It is a call for the dissolution of the country. Their call for an inventory and seizure of assets of Nigerians living in the North is conversion. It amounts to a day light robbery of lawful property. The declaration of mop up action after October 1st, 2017 to deal with those who resist their quit notice order is a declaration of war. It is surprising that on top of all these a hate song calling for more hatred, despise and “abortion” has been allowed to fester. Yet no one is arrested. All the orders of arrest from Kaduna state and the IGP seem to be ambivalent and unreal. The youths meet freely with Governors of Northern Nigeria and Northern leaders showing that they enjoy their support.
    This development signals the beginning of a national catastrophe which if not nipped in the bud will snowball into incalculable damage to our continued existence as one country. Ohanaeze gives notice to the Federal government to deal with this situation decisively or forever be held responsible for the consequences this abdication of responsibility provoke. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.

    JOHN NNIA NWODO
    PRESIDENT GENERAL
    OHANEZE NDIGBO

  2. Eric Amaechic Eze says:

    It is an eye opener for the Igbos who took this country called Nigeria at heart…. While the leaders don’t take it as a home country… Those who owns properties all over the world is not our leaders… Make I hear ward ooo

  3. chris uzor says:

    Let the whole Igbos start coming home, forget about the property first and come home, if you are alife you will get another property.

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