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Amidst all that is happening in Nation, Igbo groups call out all agitators to embrace one Nigeria

Amidst the shout and agitation of some activist concerning the breaking of Nigeria into several countries, an Igbo group has just shared why it is important to stay as one great Nigeria.

It has been said often times that Nigeria is the giant of Africa, this is not a mere fallacy or sweet talk, it is base on some research made by some renowned people.

Just now, an Igbo group with the name Igbo for a progressive Nigerian (IPAN) has taken to their twitter page to share a peace message with all Nigerians.

It says, "With all the debilitating and crippling challenges, Nigeria still remains the giant of Africa, the largest economy in Africa and the biggest black nation on earth."

Furthermore, the Igbo group said "try to imagine what Nigeria will become if we all come together as brothers and sisters and lift this nation."

Nigeria is one of the greatest country created by God Almighty with unlimited natural resources and good weathers. So many countries of the world often sees Nigeria as a blessed country.

The English word says "United we state, divided we fall," this simply means all regions and states in Nigeria are interdependent on each other for survival. None of the seven regions in Nigeria can stand and function on it's own.

This message is directly centered around some activist who are agitating for their own country. Sunday Igboho and his people are agitating for a Yoruba nation while Nnamdi Kanu is after Biafra land.

The Igbo group made it clear that if the whole Nigerian can come together as one, a whole lot of forces terrorizing the country will be defeated in time.

This is indeed a great message to millions of Nigerian who are interested in fighting for this country, a lot can be achieve if that whole tribe can team together as one.

What is your take about this.

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