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Ngige says The arrest of Nnamdi Kanu will serve as a very big lesson to all the secessionist Groups in Nigeria

Nnamdi Kanu did an abominable act in Nigeria ranging from the killing of innocent Fulani cattle rearers, burning of Police Stations and killing of Nigerian Force members, hijacking the end SARS protest thereby the setting the whole country on fire.

Today, nemesis has caught up with him, he should face the law and justice be melted on him to serve as a lesson to those supporting him directly and indirectly.

“What the APC government has done in the Eastern part of Nigeria, no government has ever done it in the history of Nigeria. Yet, IPOB members are not satisfied. Today, let us see who will bail the cat again. The matter is taking another dimension and this time around he will never escape judgement.

“Its obvious Igbo elites are strongly behind the Federal Government and we say capital “YES” to one Nigeria. With the current scenario now, Igbos are now united to produce the next President of Nigeria come 2023″

~ Chris Ngige

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