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  • Kwankwaso: The Land Igbos Are Holding In The North More Than Whole South-East
  • Former Kano State governor, Senator Rabiu Musa
    kwankwaso (APC, Kano Central) yesterday said
    Igbo in the North cannot leave the region because
    of their numerous investments.
    He also said the size of the land Igbo presently
    occupy in the North is more than the entire South
    East geopolitical zone.
    Speaking in an interview on the agitation for
    secession by Igbo groups and the quit notice by
    some northern groups, he said none of the
    millions of Igbo in the North would support
    breakup of Nigeria.
    “Igbo have nowhere to go. They have more assets
    in the North more than 80 percent or so of what
    the northerners have in the East. The land Igbo
    are holding in the North is more than the whole
    South East,” he said.
    Kwankwaso, who chairs the Senate Committee on
    National Planning and Economic Affairs, said the
    agitation at both sides does not portray the
    country in good light among the comity of
    nations.
    He said there was urgent need for all stakeholders
    in the country to put hands on deck to make
    peace saying, “The unity and development of the
    country is key to all other things, therefore we will
    continue to stand by it. Therefore, I call on all to
    join hands in ensuring that there is peace. We
    should use our resources to ensure that nobody
    raise hands to destroy the unity of the country.
    Talking of secession is going too far.
    “Some people doing it because of their personal
    interest. I wouldn’t be surprised that the young
    man (Nnamdi Kanu) will contest for an election in
    the next general elections. They started agitation
    to galvanize support and at the end, they would
    contest for an election.”
    Kwankwaso said during his tenure as governor, a
    layout known as ‘New Enugu’ was carved out in
    Kano for the Igbo, saying the Igbo are more
    comfortable there than their states of origin.
    On the quit notice by some northern youths, he
    said the general consensus in the North was that
    the country is better as one family.
    DAILYTRUST

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