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You can’t use back-door to deceive Igbo Youths – Abaribe blasts Orji Kalu

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Senate minority leader, Enyinnanya Abaribe has picked on former Abia State governor, Orji Uzor Kalu following his recent visit to Nnamdi Kanu at the DSS custody.

In a statement released by the representative Abia North senatorial district, Abaribe cautioned Kalu not use Kanu’s present case for selfish politic and to deceive Igbo people. “Nobody should use Nnamdi Kanu’s case to play politics or deceive ndi Igbo for selfish interests.

“Because it’s obvious now that some people are now out to play national Politics with the current situation of Kanu.

He described as a ‘fail’ for any effort by anyone trying to use issues Nnamdi Kanu is facing to clench political position come 2023 national elections.

Abaribe further advised to use public platform to protect and educate the world about Kanu and IPOB movement.

“That plan will surely fail because it is better they go live on national television or to their various states and let the world know their true stand on Nnamdi Kanu whom they claim to be their son at the background but not in the open.

He restate his resolve to keep defending IPOB and Igbo Youths despite attacks on him by politicians and security forces, via various allegations.

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“When I said Nigerian government should leave Igbo Youths alone and stop killing them unnecessarily, some people called me all manner of names, especially Politicians who were benefiting from what Kanu is passing through.

“Is there anything or allegations they didn’t level on me, yet I stick to my resolve, determined and focused.

Abaribe, however condemned what he called ‘back door’ approach of calming the youths by Senator Kalu without listening to their clamour.

“Now, coming through the back door mandating these youths to embrace your national political solutions when you are not ready to listen to their voices makes no meaning to me.

He recommended to hear, and analyze the call by the Igbo youths, and provide a possible solution to help calm the nerves than telling them to embrace Political solution.

“You have to hear them out, analyze and how to come up with a better recommendation or solution that will calm their nerves, not when the whole place is hot, you are telling them to embrace political solution.

“Do you think they will listen to you? Definitely nobody in his right senses will do that.”

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