Following recent trend on ground, the humanitarian activist Aisha Yesufu has taken to her official twitter handle to make a tweet which seem to have erupted diversified views and comments from twitter users. Aisha who has always believed that this great nation will still work out and become a better place only if the citizens of the country could be able to elect and produce an accountable leader, has taken to her official twitter handle to make a statement regarding the ongoing call for Nigeria's disintegration.
We all are fully aware of the present situation of things in the country and where things seem to be heading, as series of agitation going on in the South West and South East regions seem to have jeopardized the peace and unity of this very country. However, Aisha Yesufu has come out recently to urge Nigerians to come together in unity in order to achieve their goals.
Aisha went further to urge all Nigerians to not be taken aback by their ethnic differences, religion and tribe, but rather they should focus on the fact that the issue of insecurity, poverty, unemployment and lack of proper education affects everyone and not just a particular tribe or religion.
Check out different reactions from Nigerians shortly after she made the tweet.
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