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Monday, 18 September 2017

Biafra: Military action against IPOB may prompt war – National Youth Council

The National Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN, Kogi State section, says the go head to head between Nigeria Army and the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, could prompt war. 

The group spoke to the IPOB and other agitating groups to quiet down and grasp peace and discourse. 

State chairman of NYCN, Oladele Nihi, said the pressure in the East may reach out toward the Northern parts of the nation, an improvement that would bring about genuine mayhem. 

He stated: "Relics of the Second World War and the occasions of the Nigerian Civil War still stay pitiful indications of the underhanded consequences of war. We can't bear to permit a rehash of such a tragic occasion until kingdom come. 

"At this point, we entreat every one of those requiring a withdrawal to embrace a more civil and tranquil approach in articulating and spreading their worries, as opposed to utilize violent means or prompting individuals against each other. 

"In a similar vein, we remind the Nigerian Army that we are in a democratic administration and vote based system takes into account the opportunity articulation and affiliation. 

"In this way, the continuous Operation Python Dance in the South East should be done in the most civil way as could be expected under the circumstances while watching the laws of the Federal Republic. The Fundamental Human Rights of residents must be regarded constantly." 

The affiliation additionally approached the young people to dependably lecture peace and abstain from utilizing words that would additionally energize the framework. 

"Give us as young people, a chance to utilize all mediums, particularly the online networking, to teach ourselves on the requirement for a tranquil Nigeria as we have more to pick up as a people", he included. 

In the interim, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has encouraged security agencies to ensure Muslims in the Southeast region before responses start.

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