The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), revealed through his Instagram account an old newspaper that is over 5 decades. The newspaper was talking about the Aburi agreement for restructuring. Its details left many Nigerians in awe after he shared it online.
For some time now, some people have been giving their opinions that the country should be restructured due to some perceived marginalization of some regions in the country. Nnamdi Kanu who is the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra took to his official Twitter handle to question the Fulani populace if they got what they have been looking for.
He made it known that Aburi Accord restructuring was meant to organize the country and make it better but due to indiscipline, the Fulani disagreed.
Nnamdi Kanu further revealed that the same group of people who rejected restructuring Aburi propagated are searching and Calli for it now.
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