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2 Reasons Why Agitators Should Put Aside Their Oodua Nation, Biafra And Embrace One Nigeria.

Agitation for succession has always been one of the most discussed topics in Nigeria, as some southern groups are agitating for the breakup of the south-west and the south-east regions of Nigeria.

Furthermore, even after the arrest of their separatist leaders, Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Adeyemo. But many agitators are still causing violence, especially in the South-East Region of Nigeria, where many people believe that the IPOB are the unknown gunmen that are causing unrest.

However, based on the current events in Nigeria, these are the reasons why the secessionist agitators should give up on their imaginary country and embrace one Nigeria.

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Nigeria will never split.

First of all, apart from the fact that breaking up is a taboo, according to the 1999 constitution, we have been living together for over 100 years in peace, and there has been a lot of connection and inter-marriage among us, which shows that the amalgamation of 1914 was thoroughly the work of God.

However, breaking up won't do us any good. It will only affect the innocent people who have established themselves in big ways outside of their homelands.

With all this, anybody that is agitating for the breakup of Nigeria is just wasting their time because Nigeria will never split.

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Nigeria's future is bright.

I surely believe that, with the population, innovation, talent, and resources that Almighty God has blessed us with, it will only require a little effort to make Nigeria great again rather than breaking up, that will cause a bloody war that we don't pray for.

The fact that Nigeria is still the richest country in Africa and also one of the best in everything we are doing shows that our future is really bright.

Oodua Nation agitators and Biafra should drop their flag and support one Nigeria because it is only our unity that can make us build the country of our dream.

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