- Osinbajo meets with traditional rulers from the north in continuing consultations regarding ethnic agitations from north and south-east groups
- The meeting is holding at the State House
- Arewa Youth Consultatives Forum (AYCF) beg Osinbajo to allow Ndigbo to go and have their Biafra Republic
Acting president, Yemi Osinbajo, is currently having a closed door meeting with traditional rulers from the northern part of the country.
The meeting is taking place at the State House, according to tweets from the presidency.
NAIJ.com recalls that the acting president has been holding series of meetings with leaders of thought from both the northern and eastern parts of the country following the tension generated by a quit notice issued to Igbos living in the north.
Osinbajo on June 18, held a consultative meeting with traditional rulers from the south-east at the Presidential Banquet Hall, Abuja, where he warned that those agitating for secession and the northern groups that issued ultimatum to Igbos risked jail terms as they violated Nigeria’s laws.
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The acting president then promised to meet with the northern traditional leaders on Monday evening, June 19, but the meeting was postpones to Tuesday, June 20.
Meanwhile, despite the hues and cries that greeted the three months quit notice given to Igbos by Arewa Youth Consultatives Forum (AYCF), a Coalition of Northern Youths has written a letter to the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, begging him to allow Ndigbo to go and have their Biafra Republic.
In a statement sent to NAIJ.com, a Facebook user, Yazid Ahmed said the group lauded the peace and conflict resolution moves being done by the Acting President, but noted that it doubted the efficacy of it in bringing a lasting solution to the problem in question rocking the nation at present.
In the video below, acting president, Yemi Osinbajo, at the #Biafra50 event in Abuja said Nigerians are greater together than apart.