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South West women group accuses Kanu of dividing Nigerians


Nnamdi Kanu

Yoruba Women in Government (YWIG) has accused the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, of creating enmity among Nigerians and painting the South East in a bad light.

In a statement yesterday by its chairperson, Chief Fumilayo Adesanwo, the group stressed unity and mutual understanding among citizens.


She said: “We feel very sorry for the people who listen to the sermons of the mischief-maker and the voice of disunity, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu.”

Dissecting implications of the remarks credited to the IPOB kingpin, the women tackled Kanu for his “parochial reasoning and hatred for other ethnic groups,” adding: “It portrayed him as one who is ignorant of the police hierarchy in Nigeria.”

YWIG continued: “As it concerns Oyo State and the directive of the Inspector-General of Police, we feel very strongly that it is very wrong for Kanu to urge the CP to flout the order.”


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