Biafra agitation: Igbos In Yorubaland tells FG on what to do...

In a bid to dismantle the agitation for Biafra republic, Ndi-Igbo residing in Yorubaland (South-West) have told the Federal Government on what to do.

This came on the heels of the dismissal of verbal attack credited to the Indigenous People of Biafra leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu against the Yorubas.

According to a report sent to ABACITYBLOG, “Ndigbo in South-West yesterday disassociated themselves from the statement credited to the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, who allegedly referred to Yorubas as fools.

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Ndigbo, who said the story in the online publication was not true, added that even if it was, the South-west Indigbo are not part of the statement.

Addressing a press conference in Ibadan, Ezendigbo of Oyo State, Alex Anozie, said the Igbo living in the state did not believe that the IPOB leader actually made that statement.

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Anozie said that the Federal Government needed to summon a reconciliatory meeting of all ethnic groups in the country.

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