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Governors of South-East states on Wednesday held
emergency meeting over the quit notice to Ndigbo
residing in the northern Nigeria.
At the meeting, the governors agreed on immediate
plans to convey Igbos in the North back home.
This disclosure was made by the President General
of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nnia Nwodo in Enugu
He spoke during a night of tributes in honour of the
late Ohanaeze chieftain and veteran Biafra
soldier, Prof. Ben Obumselu.
Vanguard quoted him as saying that Governors had
almost mobilized thousands of luxurious buses and
trucks to evacuate Ndigbo, but for the timely
intervention of Governor Nasiru El-Rufai of Kaduna
Nwodo, however, welcomed El-Rufai’s order for
arrest of the Arewa youths who issued the threat.
Many groups have been condemning the eviction
notice, calling it an invitation to war.
Senate President, Bukola Saraki has also reacted.
Saraki reacts to North’s threat against Igbos, rising
Saraki spoke when the leadership of the Christian
Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the 19 Northern
States and Abuja, led by its Chairman, Rev. Yakubu
Pam, visited him at the National Assembly in Abuja
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