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  • SAN Femi Falana says the person behind quit notice given to Igbos lives in Lagos
  • Human rights lawyer, Femi Falana who is the
    legal adviser to the Nigeria Labour Congress,
    NLC, on Thursday revealed that the person behind
    the quit notice given to the Igbos in 19 states in
    the Northern part of the country, does not even
    live in the north. Falana revealed that the person
    actually lives in Lagos.
    Speaking at a media briefing organized by the
    NLC on the current agitations by the Indigenous
    People of Biafra, IPOB and the quit notice given to
    the Igbos to vacate the 19 states of the north
    before 1st October by 16 northern youth groups,
    Falana said the ultimatum had the backing of Prof.
    Abdullahi.
    Prof. Ango Abdullahi was a former Vice
    Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, who
    made some inciteful untternaces during Gen.
    Ibrahim Babangida's regime over the brutal
    killings of four ABU students, which led to
    disruptive protests by the students of the school.
    Falana said Proof Abdullahi's utterances
    sparked off the nationwide students
    protest. He said, “The recently concluded
    election in the UK, two weeks ago, seven
    Nigerians emerged as Legislators, can we
    repeat that, can we look at the challenges
    before us and stop following those ones
    trying to divide us?
    “This information is very crucial to all of
    us and I want to say this publicly. The
    man who is giving quit notice (to the
    Igbos to leave north) does not live in the
    North, he lives in Lagos, he is a Lagos
    man. So to stay in Lagos and be giving
    quit notices is not the answer.
    “On May 23, 1986, young people, four of
    them were killed in the Ahmadu Bello
    University because somebody had said we
    are against coup… Ango Abdullahi was the
    Vice Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello
    University when these students were killed
    by the Police, he came out and said only
    four students were killed.
    “That angered Nigerians particularly the
    Nigerian students and there were protests.
    One of the universities where that protest
    was very successful was the University of
    Nigeria, Nsukka.
    Please listen to me, the man who led the
    protest was late Chima Ubani, what
    happened? The state did not like the case
    that it was a national protest against the
    killing in ABU.
    “What did they do? They didn’t arrest the
    students who were protesting in the North.
    They didn’t arrest the students who were
    protesting in the West, (Ibrahim)
    Babangida regime went for Chima Ubani
    and arraigned him and eight of his
    colleagues under a military rule that
    required that they be sentenced to death.
    “I left Lagos to go to Enugu to defend
    those men. We got them freed when they
    returned to campus, the Vice Chancellor
    expelled them. Again, I went to court and
    got them freed. Please this story is very
    important. “
    A Hausa Vice Chancellor invited the police
    and they killed young Hausa students, four
    of them. Nigerian students protested and
    an Igbo young man led that protest in the
    East against injustice, a Yoruba man in the
    West to free them. So we must look at
    those things that the elites are using to
    divide our people. Injustice is injustice, so
    there no nation without challenges.”

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