Nigeria – Coalition Of Yoruba Groups Asks Osibanjo To Re – Arrest Nnamdi Kanu

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The Yoruba Youths Council and the Coalition of South West Youth groups headed by one Prince Dapo Adepoju has asked the acting President Yemi Osinbajo to arrest Nnamdi Kanu for attempting to provoke the Nigerian youths.

The Coalition said that it has been observing Kanu for a while and refused to talk, thinking that Kanu will pipe down but that it can no longer keep quiet.

The coalition said that it is working with the Coalition of Arewa Youths to persuade the UN to declare IPOB a terrorist organization.

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Recall that it is this same coalition that took their protests to the embassy of the United States of America asking Trump to compel the court at the District of Columbia USA to stop hearing the case filed by some Biafran agitators against Buratai and the Nigerian military for the mass murder of some Igbos.

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The coalition has now stepped up their game by calling for the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu.
They vowed that they shall not rest until IPOB is declared a terrorist organization by the UN.
One begins to wonder why these people are carrying the matter of Biafra on their head.

There is no record of any Biafran or Biafran agitator harming any Yoruba or any Yoruba interest anywhere yet this Yoruba Youths Congress and the Coalition of South West Youth groups are crying more than the bereaved, protesting what the Biafran agitators are doing in their homeland in the South East, asking Trump to work against people seeking to enforce their rights and working for the IPOB to be declared a terror group.

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When will these people change?
What exactly is the crime of the Biafrans agitators against these Yoruba elements?

-Emperor Gabriel Ogbonna

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