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What Nnamdi Kanu told UN after a northern govt said "no govt in Naija and Buhari is helping fulani"

It is no new news that Nigeria is going through a tough time of insecurity and this has cause many Nigerians to react via social media or any brocasting platform.

Resident of states in Nigeria has been talking to their representatives in the Senate and house of reps. as we have seen that some of the senators has raised motion on how to solve the issue of insecurity and they are also calling on the Nigeria president to act fast because the rate at which people are been kill in the country is alarming.

As of Yesterday there were killings in the North Central of Nigeria, Benue state. The governor, Samuel Ortom seen in a video where alleged herdsmen killed over ten (10) Resident of the state and according to his statement, the local government where he's speaking from has buried over seventy (70) indigenes just in one week.

In a statement releases by Nigeria news media Daily Trust. Benue Governor State governor, Samuel Ortom said "No government in Nigeria, Buhari helping Fulani take over"

The leader of the indegenious people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu react to this statement on twitter saying "The world, @UN, MUST note that this statement came from an incumbent Northern Governor in Nigeria & not from a Separatist.

@UKinNigeria, @USinNigeria, @StateDept & @EUinNigeria MUST cease every military aid & assistance to #Nigeria immediately. Stop aiding #Fulani terrorism!."

So what do you think about the insecurities issue in Nigeria presently and also how Nigeria can improve the military to be able to tackle the people destabilizing this country. Also know that it's only Nigeria we have and it's our duty to help the presidency in any way we can.

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