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Northern elders responsible for Boko Haram, bandits

Northern elders responsible for Boko Haram, bandits


Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide has warned former Sokoto state governor, Aliyu Wamakko over his recent comments, saying those comments were capable of incitinf ethnic cleansing and turmoil in the country.

According to the group, it is laughable that the likes of Wamakko could not find solutions to the frightening insecurity challenges in the North for the last 7 years.

Ohanaeze said it was the same security issues the north incubated as a political instrument to force power from former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015.

This was contained in statement signed by Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the Secretary-General of the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation.

Ohanaeze accused the North of being responsible for all the disaster in the Southeast based on the earlier warning of the USA Embassy Abuja.

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Ohanaeze recalled that the US embassy had warned that the bandits and killer herdsmen are changing positions to Southern Nigeria to wreak havoc.

“Northern Elders are behind the chaos in Nigeria as a ploy to retain the Presidency in the North beyond 2023 as they did to Jonathan in 2015,” the statement said.

“So they exported violence to the southeast to keep Igbo leaders busy with insecurity challenges and set traps for them (Igbo leaders) to fall in and get arrested.

“We are amazed at how someone who couldn’t remove a spark of dust in his eyelashes could see the remedy for the log of wood in the eyes of Ndigbo.

“Wamakko’s assertion that Igbo leaders are behind the scenes motivating the violence in the southeast, exposed the northern secrets of supporting bandits and Boko Haram for economic and political reasons.

“The silence of Igbo leaders is golden and will generate confusion in the camps of sponsors of terror in the Southeast.”

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