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Today's Headlines: There Are Over 30 Separatists Groups In S/East -Abaribe; Lai Speaks About Bandits

There Are Over 30 Separatists Groups In S/East - Abaribe.

The Senate Minority Leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe, says aside from IPOB, MASSOB, there are more than 30 separatist organisations in the South-East zone of the country.

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He stated this on Tuesday in an interview aired on Channels Television.

According to him, President Muhammadu Buhari administration should address the root cause of the problem and embrace dialogue.

Abaribe lamented that the people of the South-East have been grossly marginalised and unfairly treated by the All Progressives Congress government.

Lai Speaks About Bandits.

The Federal Government has said that the accusation in certain quarters that it treats bandits with kid-gloves is ‘erroneous and misleading’. 

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The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, stated this on Tuesday when he featured on the Nigeria Television Authority programme, Good Morning Nigeria.

Speaking on the renewed onslaught against bandits on the programme monitored by the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja, the minister said banditry is criminality with no basis on religion or ideology.

Name, Prosecute Lawmaker Sponsoring Kanu, Igboho- National Assembly Dates Buhari.

The members of the House of Representatives have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to name and prosecute the lawmaker identified as the sponsor of agitators, Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Adeyemo (Igboho), in the country.

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The lawmakers on Tuesday claimed President Buhari made all the lawmakers in the House suspects of crime if the alleged sponsor of self-determination agitators was not only identified but also prosecuted.

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