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IPOB, Oduduwa must have referendum for exit, Northern group insists
The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) has claimed that the southeast governor is secretly helping to sustain the Eastern Security Network (ESN), the safety wing of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
According to the Sun, the group’s spokesperson Abdul-Azeez Suleiman made the comments in a press release granted on Sunday, June 20, Scannews24 gathered.
The CNG asserted the southeast leaders had been pretending to condemn IPOB whereas on one hand, assisting to provide legitimacy to IPOB
The assertion reads::
“The extent of deception additionally turns into obvious in the way in which these southeast leaders give the looks of dissociating themselves from the Biafran violent agitation and on the similar time vehemently trying to help and justify IPOB’s model of self-determination bid premised on false claims of marginalization and pursued by violence and violation of different ethnic nationalities and state establishments.”
The Punch recorded the coalition additionally maintained that some southeast leaders are trying to cowl their collaboration in the horrors done by IPOB by pretending to berate the group and Nnamdi Kanu.
The organization insisted that a referendum have to be carried out to organize the phase for the final departure of the Igbo people from Nigeria.
It stated Nigeria, significantly the north, can not tolerate keeping coexisting with the southeast region on the danger of major confrontations that might result in another civil war.
the minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige in the meantime, explained that President Muhammadu Buhari has seen reasons to launch a discussion with political agitators within the southeast.
Ngige mentioned after a gathering with President Buhari on Sunday, June 20, in Abuja the Nigerian leader is now certain that establishing an avenue for dialogue in order to listen to the craving of individuals from the region is the easiest way ahead.
Ngige further assured citizens from the geopolitical zone that the federal government is putting on some modalities to deal with issues that over time have generated a feeling of marginalization.