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  • Non-arrest of Arewa youths strategic, to avoid making them popular as Nnamdi – VON DG
  • ENUGU- THE Director General Voice of Nigeria,
    VON, Mr. Osita Okechukwu has said that the
    non-arrest of Arewa Youths threatening Igbo
    residents in northern Nigeria was strategic, to
    avoid making them as popular as Nnamdi
    through his long incarceration.
    Okechukwu said arrest of Yerima Shetimma and
    his cohorts would make them celebrities which
    may spur another round of agitation in the
    country.
    Okechukwu spoke against the background of
    Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s frown on the complexity of
    the security apparatus to the danger posed by
    the Arewa Youths’ hate speech against Ndigbo.
    Okechukwu in a statement in Enugu on Sunday
    disagreed with the position of Ohanaeze Ndigbo
    that the security agencies were playing double
    standards by not making arrests over the quit
    notice on Ndigbo residing in northern Nigeria.
    Okechukwu said it was the long detention of the
    leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB,
    Nnamadi Kanu that brought about his recent
    fame and rejected any other arrest that could
    make the inconsequential Arewa youths famous.
    He said:”Methinks the non-arrest of Yerima
    Shetima and cohorts of the Arewa Youths for
    their arrant, unpatriotic, unconstitutional and
    provocative quit notice is strategic.
    “Strategic in the sense that more than any other
    factor was the arrest and long detention of
    harmless, but as well provocative Nnamdi Kanu
    of IPOB which led to this sordid scenario.
    “Detention made Kanu with no fixed address
    became an instant celebrity. Had Kanu not been
    arrested his agitation could have fizzled out
    unnoticed.
    “I didn’t consult the Inspector General of the
    Police or any security officer for that matter, but
    common sense. The security chiefs might have
    reasoned that it is better to allow the storm to
    boil over, instead of creating another celebrity.
    As time is the healer of all wounds.”

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