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  • Anti-Igbo Quit Notice: Arewa Youth Leader, Yerima Reacts Angrily To Report That He Has Gone Into Hiding
  • Shettima Yerima, The Leader of the Arewa
    Youths Consultative Forum, who was among the
    youths who issued a notice to the Igbo to quit
    the 19 northern states, on Tuesday, said he
    would submit himself for questioning if declared
    wanted.

    According to him, he was not on the run and
    had nothing to fear because he only expressed
    his views as a Nigerian.
    He was reacting to enquiries by Punch
    correspondent, following allegations that he had
    gone into hiding in the Republic of Chad.
    Arewa youths had, after their meeting in Kaduna
    some days ago, given a three-month ultimatum
    to Igbo people living in the 19 states in the
    North to leave the region or be forced out by
    October 1, 2017.
    Apart from Yerima, those who endorsed the
    resolution were Nastura Sharif (Arewa Citizens
    Action for Change); Aminu Adam (Arewa Youth
    Development Foundation); Alfred Solomon
    (Arewa Students Forum); Abdul-Azeez Suleiman
    (Northern Emancipation Network) as well as
    Joshua Viashman (Northern Youth Vanguard).
    But in an interview with our correspondent, the
    AYCF leader said he would make himself
    available if invited by security agencies.
    Yerima said,

    “I Shettima Yerima, The Leader of the
    Arewa Youths Consultative Forum, who
    was among the youths who issued a
    notice to the Igbo to quit the 19
    northern states, on Tuesday, said he
    would submit himself for questioning if
    declared wanted.
    According to him, he was not on the
    run and had nothing to fear because he
    only expressed his views as a Nigerian.
    He was reacting to enquiries by Punch
    correspondent, following allegations
    that he had gone into hiding in the
    Republic of Chad.
    Arewa youths had, after their meeting
    in Kaduna some days ago, given a
    three-month ultimatum to Igbo people
    living in the 19 states in the North to
    leave the region or be forced out by
    October 1, 2017.
    Apart from Yerima, those who
    endorsed the resolution were Nastura
    Sharif (Arewa Citizens Action for
    Change); Aminu Adam (Arewa Youth
    Development Foundation); Alfred
    Solomon (Arewa Students Forum);
    Abdul-Azeez Suleiman (Northern
    Emancipation Network) as well as
    Joshua Viashman (Northern Youth
    Vanguard).
    But in an interview with our
    correspondent, the AYCF leader said he
    would make himself available if invited
    by security agencies.
    Yerima said,
    “I did not go into hiding and will never
    go into hiding. We need to put the
    record straight. For now, nobody is
    looking for me and I am ready to
    submit myself if I am called. I am not
    a joker. Nobody is looking for me and
    I am not hiding anywhere from
    anybody. I am in my village, I am a
    Nigerian. If anybody looks for me, I
    will submit myself. I am not above the
    law. I am not on the run.”
    While insisting that he would not go
    into hiding, Yerima insisted that the
    Igbo should leave Nigeria.
    He said,
    “Why should I go into hiding? I have a
    name, I have a face. I am not faceless.
    “I am not hiding anywhere. Why
    should I hide? Where did I go wrong?
    Somebody wants to go and I said, ‘go,
    you’re free to go’. What is wrong
    about it?
    “You cannot be in our country and
    begin to clamour for another country.
    Go to your place and declare your own
    country, not in my zone. It is a simple
    language. I have not committed any
    offence.” did not go into hiding and will never
    go into hiding. We need to put the record
    straight. For now, nobody is looking for me and
    I am ready to submit myself if I am called. I am
    not a joker. Nobody is looking for me and I am
    not hiding anywhere from anybody. I am in my
    village, I am a Nigerian. If anybody looks for
    me, I will submit myself. I am not above the
    law. I am not on the run.”
    While insisting that he would not go into hiding,
    Yerima insisted that the Igbo should leave
    Nigeria.
    He said,
    “Why should I go into hiding? I have a name, I
    have a face. I am not faceless.
    “I am not hiding anywhere. Why should I hide?
    Where did I go wrong? Somebody wants to go
    and I said, ‘go, you’re free to go’. What is
    wrong about it?
    “You cannot be in our country and begin to
    clamour for another country. Go to your place
    and declare your own country, not in my zone.
    It is a simple language. I have not committed
    any offence.”

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