The leader and also a spokesperson of Arewa youths Congress (AYC) Karim Shettima advised the federal government to act fast on the founder of Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu before he destabilizes the peace of Nigeria.
He made the statement when he is having an interview with the Daily post, in which he described Nnamdi Kanu as the main sponsorer of Biafra and the Oduduwa Republic and he should be brought back to Nigeria to face the music.
He concluded that government should listen to some people who are Agitating for succession because they are doing it to draw the attention of the government to what they don't like, he stated that the people don't know they will go far like this.
Recall that one of the Yoruba Leader make a statement some days ago in which he claimed that Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu will be silent if president Muhammadu Buhari restructures the country.
A lot of people have reacted to the news differently after it trends online, in which a Twitter user claimed that the federal government should handle Boko Haram and bandits with an iron hand first before jumping on Nnamdi Kanu.
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