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Northern And Southern Nigeria Have Different Anthem, Man Shows Evidence Online, Check it Out [Photo]

As the drum of succession is been sounded across every region in Nigeria, the revelations coming out to the disunity within the country before now is jaw-dropping, to say the least.

Eastern Nigeria led by Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB) is agitating for a Biafran state several years after Nigeria defeated Biafra in the Nigeria Civil War. The eastern youths have since formed a security outfit called the Eastern Security Network to guard the borders of the supposed Biafra land against herdsmen invasion and terrorist.

The West have Sunday Igboho who has stood in as the face of the Oduduwa nation. Rallying support from all corners of the west and diaspora for the creation of the Oduduwa state.

With the myriad of security problems afflicting Nigeria at the moment, the unity of this great nation is threatened.

One Twitter user by the name @UchePOkoye drew the attention of many to a tweet of Gimba Kakanda where Mr Gimba posted the anthem they used to recite as kids in their Islamic schools, see photos below for details;

This has sent shock waves down the spine of many Nigerians who took to their handles to air their views concerning the matter at hand;

From the comment section above, many commentators who are Muslims agreed to the fact that they recited this anthem. This is a course to be worried about, this is inciting children from a young age into becoming terrorist and if this is not duly checked and stopped, what we are having today in Nigeria will be a child's play to what the future will unfold to us.

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