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Arewa youths

16 Jun 2017
This development has stoked the tension that is threatening to tear the nation apart. The government which has initiated a peace process may have to increase its parleys with stakeholders to avert the threats to the Nigerian union.
16 Jun 2017
I have heard glib talks about the so-called political marginalisation of the Igbo. I am not aware of a Nigerian state policy expressly intended to marginalise the Igbo or deny them their rights in any shame or form.
12 Jun 2017
Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa has condemned the quit notice recently given to Igbos living in northern Nigeria by Arewa Youth Coalition and sued for unity among Nigerians.
11 Jun 2017
As the call by some Arewa youths on Igbo residing in the North to quit the region by October 1, 2017 continues to elicit mixed reactions, some individuals and groups have called on the Federal Government to exert strong sanctions on the instigators.
9 Jun 2017
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has commended governors and political leaders in the northern part of Nigeria for condemning the ultimatum to Igbos by Arewa youths to leave the region.

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