The Formal presidential aspirant and a politician known for his controversial statement online has passed a message to the Igbo people on Twitter which caused massive reactions.
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He told Idigbo to stay away from IPOB adding that the Igbos are all Nigerians and not IPOB, hence they should help to build Nigeria, as Nigeria has been there for them and will always love them.
Adamu Garba who claimed that the IPOB group was responsible for the attack carried out on several locations in Imo State also claimed that the leader of IPOB group known as Nnamdi kanu allegedly received lectures from Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau hence both group shares the same ideology.
Below are screenshot of his message to Idigbo and how people reacted to it –
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