Federal Govt Warns Biafra Agitators.

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Federal Govt Warns Biafra Agitators.
Posted on: November 21, 2015, 05:39:04 PM
The Nigerian presidency has warned those
agitating for a
breakaway Biafra republic to have a
rethink, saying the federal
government would not fold its hands and
allow anyone plunge
the country into crisis.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who gave the
warning on
Saturday, in Jos, said government would not
watch while
some individuals and groups create
unnecessary tension in the
country in the guise of seeking to break
away from Nigeria.
“We need to build the civic capacity to
defeat the false and
dangerous premises and assumption of
violence extremism.
Never again should we allow mindless
violence inspired by
false and evil precepts to threaten our
national security,” Mr.
Osinbajo said.
“Let me again call on persons or group in
the country who
have some grievance or disaffection to
submit to peaceful and
democratic means of expressing
themselves.”
The vice president spoke at the graduation
ceremony of the
Executive Course 37 of the National Institute
for Policy and
Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Kuru, which
graduated 63
participants Saturday.
In his spech, Mr. Osinbajo reminded those
embarking on mass
protest for Biafra that their “right to protest
is limited by the
rights of others to safety and peaceful
existence”.
“We can offer our country opinion without
violating the law of
the land or threatening law and order.”
He urged the protesters to join hands with
the Buhari-led
administration to develop Nigeria, saying
the administration
would soon end the Boko Haram
insurgency in the country.
“Let me reiterate that Boko Haram terrorism
as well as their
ideology will soon be defeated and
consigned to history,” Mr.
Osinbajo said.
He admitted there were educational
setbacks in the country,
but said the APC-led administration would
tackle the
challenges in the sector as a means of
ensuring better future
for Nigeria’s younger generation.
“While accepting that our educational
system is in a
dangerously parlous state, the solutions are
obvious even if not
easy,” the Vice-President said.
“We have to focus on early child education,
retrain teachers,
ensure that our curricular will prepare our
children for the 21st
century.




 

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