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Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by igbeke: 3:02am On Jun 09
Ndigbo residents in the North have begun relocating their wives and children to the South-East over the quit order by some Nothern groups, despite the condemnation by the Federal Government, Northern governors, Afenefere and Arewa Consultative Forum.


Some of the residents in the Sabon Gari area, a community occupied by non-indigenes are already panicking over the threat, some of them have systematically started sending their wives and kids home to avoid being trapped in the web of uncertainty.


However, Eze Ndigbo Kano, Igwe Boniface Ibekwe, on Thursday has asked the Igbo community in Kano to ignore the threat and regard it as empty, because it lacked the backing of the Northern leadership.
Ibekwe is also the Eze Diorama (iv), and the president-General of all Ezes in the Diaspora.


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.”


Also, he promised that Ndigbo in Kano will summon a meeting of stakeholders to establish their grievances, noting that he has since established contact, with the Northern leaders, just as he also disclosed that he is among the patrons of Arewa youths.


“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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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by igbeke: 3:04am On Jun 09
Nigerians are at the threshold of history.
Let's savor it.
But let it come in peace.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by EzeUche(m): 3:06am On Jun 09
My Igbo brothers should also travel home with their wives and children.

The southeast will always be your home and it is where you will feel comfortable and safe.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by blaquebelle: 3:07am On Jun 09
Ok
I really wish all these weren't happening during my time. sad

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by EzeUche(m): 3:09am On Jun 09
BabaRamota1980:
PLEASE, no refugee in Yorubaland. Go to IDP camp in East.

Igbos know how to help their kinsmen so there will not be any IDP camps in the East

Now keep quiet!

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by BabaRamota1980: 3:18am On Jun 09
EzeUche:


Igbos know how to help their kinsmen so there will not be any IDP camps in the East

Now keep quiet!

Na so? Why una no helep the 21 persons Fashola dropped at Onitsha bridge head in middle of night?

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by Nobody: 3:21am On Jun 09
Igbos in North should please disregard that Igwe Ibekwe's advice. That was the first mistake Ojukwu made before the war, telling Igbos to remain calm based on FG's promise of their protection.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by adadike281(f): 3:31am On Jun 09
Way to go ndigbo! Akulueulo! Your wives and kids are your most important aku,so I say ' way to go ndigbo'.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by ashjay001(m): 3:54am On Jun 09
blaquebelle:
Ok I really wish all these weren't happening during my time. sad

Same here! So much uncertainty, disruptions and whatnots!
We will see what we will see!

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by Splashme: 4:20am On Jun 09
Eeeeehhhh . . .. . . . . small small small oo......
It has started oo

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by kheart(m): 4:46am On Jun 09
What relocation? The thunder wey go fire dis punch e still dey do press up. Must u lie to sell papers?

Ibos dont visit their homeland and wont visit until December (xmas)

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by lukma227(m): 4:56am On Jun 09
Our news agency n fake news where n when was de threat issues that the have move their families to de east. Nobody can chase anybody from any where in Nigeria.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by kasheemawo(m): 5:04am On Jun 09
igbeke:
Nigerians are at the threshold of history.
Let's savor it.
But let it come in peace.
shocked so you guys can preach peace like this?
Hausa/fulani have reset your brain to the default
No amount of peace you can preach again you must get your biafrog by force.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by sinistermind(m): 5:12am On Jun 09
Eze Ndigbo in the North, have you ever heard of Oba Omo odua anywhere in the East or the North? This infuriates me. Now look at what he is saying, talking as if he if the igbos leave the north, igbos will die. I have never been in support of Biafra but the threat my the Northern Youth shows clear hatred for the igbos. And the igbos shouldn't take as a threat, they should take it as a wake up call to return home to the east and work on making it Envy of other regions.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by ikbnice(m): 5:25am On Jun 09
It is beginning already

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by akpamuomenka: 5:37am On Jun 09
BabaRamota1980:


Na so? Why una no helep the 21 persons Fashola dropped at Onitsha bridge head in middle of night?


Where are those 21 persons Now?.


No region helps or establishes her people more than the Igbos.

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by Kingsley1000(m): 5:51am On Jun 09
Some hausas here in owerri have started making plans to leave

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by photoshoot(m): 6:11am On Jun 09
akpamuomenka:



Where are those 21 persons Now?.


No region helps or establishes her people more than the Igbos.


Lol everything you must beat chest, haba

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by koropotopoto: 6:23am On Jun 09
photoshoot:



Oga abeg get lost. grin chest beater

e pain am well well
bunch of hungry idp infested tribe grin

cc
LionDeLeo

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Re: Quit Order: Igbo Living In North Relocate Wives, Children by junketer(m): 6:27am On Jun 09
That eze ndigbo should biko mechie onu. Umunnem biko come back home and never go back to the north.

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