Sep 20, 2021

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Why Yoruba Nation, IPOB Agitators are not Different From Boko Haram, Gbajabiamila Reveals

  • The call for secession of various groups in southeast and southwest Nigeria is still on track despite concerns
  • Regarding the situation in the country, Femi Gbajabiamila said that Villains disguised as activists of the Biafra and Yoruba nations wreak havoc – Nigerians want a united country

Abuja < / strong> – The Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, on Wednesday September 15, compared Boko Haram terrorists with those who agitated for the Republic of Oduduwa and Biafra.

Gbajabiamila in a welcoming speech to lawmakers from their annual hiatus shared on Facebook said secession agitators are no different from Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists.

According to him, their refusal to accept dissenting opinions makes them rebel In his speech to the plenary, Gbajabiamila said the separatist movements in the southern part of the country will lead Nigeria on the path of destruction if they are “given time and space” .

He stated that the lower legislature will put in place mechanisms to combat insecurity and prioritize national security laws in order to “defeat” the country’s enemies.

Sitting at home has no effect on the governors in the southeast, we have to eat, says Dave Umahi

Earlier, Ebonyi State Governor Dave Umahi said that The sit-at-home trend in the southeast is influencing the residents and not governors like him or the elites.

This is what the governor said at the inauguration of the new leaders of the Christian Association of Nigeria , Southeast Zone, in the Abakaliki Christian Ecumenical Center.

He said:

” The governors of the Southeast have done their best to review the situation. When you sit at home, the governors have food in their homes and some of their children are out of the country. “

Sitting at home, an unwise decision

Meanwhile, Frank Nweke II, a former information minister, has stated that the decision to sit, at home, is unwise.

Nweke, a former director general of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group, said on Tuesday, September 14th in Abuja in an exclusive interview with

His words:

“It’s great unwise because those on whose behalf you pretend to act are the recipients of your actions. “