Following the Kaduna declaration about Igbos leaving their state, a young man has taken bold step by moving out in order for peace to reign.
The man was seen carrying suitcases on his head so as to obey the instruction of the North-East Youth Peace Development Initiative (NEYPDI), who gave them an ultimatum of 90 days to vacate the premises.
NAIJ.com gathered that Mazi Chidubem Uchenna took to his Facebook profile to post the pictures of the Igbo man with the caption:
“First Igbo Man to leave northern Nigeria after Kaduna declaration.. Start calling your people than here in the north to leave Ndi Ugwu Hausa.. Thunder Fire Arewa.. Biafra on my mind.. May Chukwu Abiama Grant Me Safe Journey back to Biafra Land. I see”
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It could be recalled that on Friday, June 9, the NEYPDI group dissociated itself from an ultimatum by a coalition of northern youths ordering Igbos living in the northern part of the country to vacate the region within 90 days.
The group in a statement issued in Abuja by Alhaji Kyari Idris Abubakar, its national president said the so-called 'Kaduna Declaration' was capable of putting the country on the path of another avoidable civil war if not condemned in its entirety.
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