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EVICTION ORDER: IGBOS begin to leave the North, send wives, children back to South-East amid renewed threats

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 Reports reaching our newsroom says unaware what would happen next, Igbos living in the northern parts of Nigeria are beginning to relocate to the South-East even as the eviction order by a Coalition of Northern Youth sparks public outrage and criticisms.
In Kano, for instance, some Igbo residents in Sabon Gari area were seen at the bus station with their families to avoid being trapped in case of any eventuality.
Worried by the precautionary measures being taken by Ndigbo in the North,  Eze Ndigbo Kano, Igwe Boniface Ibekwe, on Thursday asked the Igbo community in Kano to ignore the threat regarding it as empty. 

He said, “I believe and based on my understanding, as a major stakeholder in the North, the Northern leaders are never in support of the threat, so they should ignore it and go about their day-day business and activities.”
“I believe if they want to issue such a threat, it must be with numerous consultations, stressing that he believes in one Nigeria, just as he also believes in the ability of Nigerians solving their problems. Whatever their grievances are, the appropriate authorities would look into it, so they should not take laws into their hands.”
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