The activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the South-East have been leading to various reactions across social media platforms.
Recently, Joe Igbokwe, an aide to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, has urged southeast governors, lawmakers and Ohanaeze Ndigbo to checkmate the excesses of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.
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Igbokwe gave the call while condemning the October 1 Sit-at-home Order by IPOB and the removal of Nigerian flags from the southeast.
He pointed out that IPOB’s decision to remove Nigeria’s flag from the southeast was an affront to the corporate existence of the country.
However, here are 2 actions Buhari should take to stop IPOB from carrying out unlawful activities in the South-East:
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1. Give Strict Orders To South-East Governors To Arrest Those Involved In IPOB Activities
President Muhammadu Buhari should give a strict order to South-East Governors to arrest anyone who engages in IPOB activities. The arrest of those who are involved in IPOB activities will instill fear into the minds of those planning to carry out unlawful activities in the South-East region.
2. Deploy More Security Operatives To The South-East
President should deploy more security operatives to the South-East inorder to protect the region from unlawful activities by IPOB. The deployment of more security operatives to the South-East will also help in protecting South-East residents from attacks launched by IPOB.
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