75% Of The Nigeria Landmass Is In The North, You Want A Southerner To Leave His Land For You-Abaribe
By Ebukajp | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 67382 views
A well known Senator and the Senate Minority Leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe has this evening spoken. Senator Abaribe is one man loved by many Nigerians due to the way and manner he speaks. He is one Senator who says things the way he sees them.
According to a post he made this evening on his Facebook page, he made it known that in Nigeria today, 75% of the Nigeria total landmass is said to be in the 19 northern states, while 25% are in the 17 southern states. He went on and asked to know how can they convince a southerner to leave his land for them.
Just like Senator Abaribe has said her, the majority of the lands are in the north, but the reason what northerners and most especially herdsmen are more interested in lands located in the southern part is what many find it difficult to comprehend. Does it mean that they want to take over all the lands in Nigeria? Your guess is as good as mine.
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