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Saturday, 16 September 2017

Biafra: Nobody should attack Igbos in Niger – Sani Bello memorable

Niger Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, has cautioned against attack on Igbos or different tribes, demanding that the state is for all Nigerians. 


In an announcement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Malam Jibrin Baba Ndace, Bello noticed that it was the obligation of the state government to ensure lives and property of its natives and would not trade off in doing its constitutional duty. 

He expressed that the state security mechanical assembly have been activated to promptly initiate watch, especially inside the regions distinguished as hotspot, to halt from developing in any way any endeavor to cause common rebellion and agitation in the state. 

Governor Bello said the state government would not overlay its arms and permit some exuberantly hostile people hold individuals to recover by ingraining apprehension, nervousness and pressure among them for their selfish end. 

"Nigerlites are a peaceful people and exceptionally obliging to all Nigerians independent of their sociopolitical and ethnic partition. Along these lines, anyone discovered attempting to cause inconvenience will be viewed as a criminal endeavoring to organize political agitation keeping in mind the end goal to vandalize and plunder individuals' property". 

"Niger state is extremely focal in Nigeria's development and has dependably been a blend of individuals from different piece of the world. A portion of the noticeable Igbos who moved toward becoming reference point in Nigeria's political history were indigenes of Niger state by birth. Both Chief Nnamdi Azikiwe, Owelle of Onitsha and Chief Odumegwu Ojukwu were conceived in Zungeru, Niger state." 

He approached all residents not to freeze in light of the happenings in the South East yet to be honest and approach their honest to goodness organizations guaranteeing of their wellbeing against any potential dangers to their lives and properties. 

"I urge every one of you to approach your typical, day by day exercises and to be rest guaranteed that the state government, in a joint effort with the security offices, will catch, segregate and arrangement unequivocally with any individual who endeavors to make estrangement and rupture of peace among our kin". 

Bello reminded the residents to remain proactively watchful and help the security organizations by speedily announcing any suspicious movement or potentially criminality inside their locality. 

He spoke to residents to avoid assessment and gossip particularly on the social media.

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