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Civil War: Presidency Sends Strong Message To Igboho, Others

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The presidency has assured worried Nigerians that there won’t be any secession in the country.

This follows fears expressed by persons who are fidgeting over calls for secession by some aggrieved citizens in the southwest.

Presidential Media Aide, Lauretta Onochie, in her tweet on Monday, March 29, told fellow citizens that the country will not suffer disintegration nor go through another civil war under President Muhammadu Buhari’s watch.

Banking on the fact that President Buhari is a veteran of the 1967-1970 civil war, Onochie asserted the nation’s number one citizen will not allow a repeat of such a horrible experience.

Therefore, she called on persons like Sunday Igboho and his accomplices to shelve the idea as the president is still in charge as the chief security officer of the country.

Her tweet: “President @MBuhari, a veteran of the Nigerian civil war (1967-1970) has reassured Nigerians that there’ll be no civil war nor break up of our nation under his watch.

“So can Igboho and others with nuisance values now go home. Nigeria is stronger than their sponsors. We’re stronger together.”

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