Nigeria must continue to exist as one indivisible Nation – Uwazuruike

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Uwazuruike and Al-Mustapha

“I handed over Radio Biafra which I created to Nnamdi Kanu in London and hoped it would serve the purpose for which it was created, but was disappointed that politicians hijacked him and it became something else,” Uwazuruike said yesterday, in Kaduna while addressing the promoters of ‘Kaduna Declaration’.

The MASSOB founder, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike and the Chief Security Officer to a former Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha has called on the Federal and Kaduna State governments to reverse direct order on promoters of controversial Kaduna Declaration by some groups of Northern youths.

Al-Mustapha said the northern youth groups even though were wrong with the declaration, should be pardoned because they were only responding to earlier threat issued the country by those agitating for sovereign state of Biafra quickly added that, time has come to bury the hatched and move on as a people.

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Recall that the duo and other leaders from southern  and northern parts of the country had stormed Kaduna on Monday to see how they could put all hands on deck to address the threats from MASSOB and Northern youths over what they termed unwarranted development which would do the country no good.

Al-Mustapha while cautioning the youth from the North, from making statements that would further cause tension in the country, said that they may have resorted to that out of frustration as a result of comments coming from the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Those that made the declaration from the Arewa Coalition  should be granted pardon in the spirit of love and peace.”

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On his part Uwazuruike said: “Crisis in Nigeria is manipulated and caused by politicians. We must not allow that, the country must continue to exist as one nation but act to address issues of marginalisation.

Uwazuruike explained that when he started MASSOB in 1999, it was purely meant to be a peaceful platform through which issued of marginalisation of the Igbo in Nigeria can be brought to the fore and tackled saying, even though it is right for any part of the country to seek self determination, it is wrong to pursue same through violent means

“I handed over Radio Biafra which I created to Nnamdi Kanu in London and hoped it would serve the purpose for which it was created, but was disappointed that politicians hijacked him and it became something else,” he said

Speaking further, the MASSOB leader assured the Hausa in all the eastern part of the country of their safety, while thanking Al-Mustapha for assuring same for the Igbo in the North.

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