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Suleiman Abdulazeez - Arewa spokesperson uncovers what will occur to Igbo People in the north after October 1 - Suleiman Abdulazeez, the representative of the Arewa Youths Coalition, said the north does not bolster rebuilding

Abdulazeez additionally noticed that the adolescents would make another move if the quit notice to the Igbos in the north is not complied

Igbo individuals living in the northern piece of Nigeria must comply with the quit see issued to them by Arewa young people as of late, as indicated by a representative of one of the associations, Suleiman Abdulazeez.

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Suleiman Abdulazeez's present cautioning invalidates a report at the end of the week that the national leader of the Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF), Yerima Shettima, said Igbo individuals in the district are currently protected.

Abdulazeez, the representative of the Arewa Youths Coalition, said upon the lapse of the quit see, the young people in the north would meet with the governors of the 19 expresses that make up the district.

The meeting is move that the north pull back the responsibility for having a place with Igbos in the event that they neglected to leave the area.

takes note of that Abdulazeez had before requested that the United Nations proclaim the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) a psychological oppressor gathering while at the same time talking in the interest of the coalition in Abuja.

In a recorded meeting with Dickson Iruegbu of the Nigeria Right Now Project, Abdulazeez said the Igbo individuals in the north should take off.

He likewise said the north does not put stock in rebuilding as was being clamored for.

"We gave the Igbos quit see since we need to have tranquility. Some individuals have demanded that they are not Nigerians.

"Furthermore, their siblings in different spots upheld the impressions and bolstered that they are not Nigerians, but rather individuals of an autonomous country of Biafra, at that point we requesting that they go.

"We didn't state there'll be savagery.

"Be that as it may, if by October 1 the Igbos in the North neglect to pack their things and go, we'll go to the administration, ask them bring out the properties. Also, went that didn't occur, we've put forth a valiant effort.

I'm concoring to Nnamdi kanu's position that the Igbos are qualified for Biafra thus ought to discreetly leave our locale. We are helping the Igbos accomplish their point.

"Igbos are not qualified for be equivalent nationals with different Nigerians in Nigeria. No they're not unless a choice is directed and they say 'yes we are Nigerians," he said.

prior announced that the pioneer of Arewa Youths Consultative Forum (AYCF) Yerima Shettima on Friday, July 21, made a U-turn on the quit see issued to the Igbos living in the North by the discussion.

Shettima while talking with the Sun said Igbos who are living in the Northern piece of Nigeria can keep on living there without dread of any type of assault.

The Arewa youth pioneer stated: "They [Igbos] are sheltered. You can rest guaranteed they are sheltered. You can cite me; they are protected in the North."

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