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The Need For Nnamdi Kanu To Stop Biafra Agitation And A Chance For Igbo Presidency In 2023

Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the founder of Eastern Security Network (ESN). Nnamdi Kanu has caused so much tension while seeking the division of Nigeria. The tension is becoming too much to the extent that prominent politicians have started reacting towards it.

Recently, Raymond Dokpesi, the founder of DAAR Communications, has disclosed how the agitation for Biafra by Nnamdi Kanu, has affected the chances of the southeast producing a Nigerian president.

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Dokpesi made this statement on Monday, he also stressed his belief in a united and indivisible Nigeria.

Nevertheless, here are 2 reasons for Nnamdi Kanu to stop The Biafra Agitation

Nnamdi Kanu Should Know That Nigeria Is Formidable To Divide

1. It is high time Nnamdi Kanu and other Biafra supporters stop the agitation for Biafra because Nigeria is too formidable to divide. One of the reasons that have proven the formidability of Nigeria is the Coat of Arm, In Nigeria's coat of Arm Unity and Faith, Peace, and Progress is boldly written on it. This signifies that Nigeria is destined to be a progressive country. Also, Nnamdi Kanu should know that seeking Biafra may not give a chance for Igbo Presidency.


2. Nnamdi Kanu Should Stop The Agitation for Biafra To Give A Chance For Igbo Presidency

Nnamdi Kanu should stop the call for Biafra because the emergence of IPOB and its influence across the South East has complicated and undermined the agitation for patriotic Nigerians of Igbo extraction to lead this nation as far as the 2023 election is concerned.


Lastly, I urge everyone to help the Federal Government in the fight against insecurity by reporting any suspicious movement to the Nigerian police force.

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