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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Mayng01(m): 8:41am On May 11
ACF's spokesman, Emmanuel Yawe, said the North can never support secessionists because Nigeria is relatively okay the way it is.

Okay indeed! Oloriburuku!!!

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Baawahala: 8:41am On May 11
Why won't they talk anyhowww,when some of your southern brothers are busy calling for the head of Nnadi kalu

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by nineone(m): 8:42am On May 11
Who do they want to scare with war? Bunch of cowheads that Igbo people were able to withstand for 3 years even with all the outside support they enjoyed. Let war start. You never can tell who will suffer most
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Thinktwicemybro: 8:42am On May 11
It's because of oil period. You parasites should go. We are tired of you milking the south.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by ceej(m): 8:44am On May 11
Buhari must go..He is the cause of the whole agitation. He has shown an intolerable level of nepotism, religious and ethnic bias.
He has no business being a President for a day not to talk about 8 years.Remove him and Nigeria will unify again.There was
a time in this country we united irrespective of tribe tongue or religion and voted across ethnic and tribal lines.It happened in MKOs time, OBJ and YARDUA.
So is the Fulani North scared of an Ibo PresidentBuhari is a bad Omen for these country. He MUST resign TODAY we cant even wait for Tomorrow.His body language is terrible.IGNORAMUS BUHARI has shown that he is incompetent to LEAD a diverse country like Nigeria.We were warned but the SW and the North out of hate,religious bigotry and ethnic bias voted Buhari IN 2015,today they have all run away to UK and US.
OBJ and others put us in these mess but we thank god for putti ng them to shame.Nigeria will not remains upto 2023 if Buhari remains the GCFR.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Skillsnigeria: 8:44am On May 11
Useless people, which sensible Nigerians will want to stay with brain dead animals

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Thinktwicemybro: 8:45am On May 11
NLPoliceWoman:

Seun Mynd44 Justwise Dominique.
Rule 8.
Rule 2.

Successionist.

What is wrong in self determination? Will you marry a man you don't love? Can't you see there is no love in this country? Are you happy as a Nigerian? I see nothing wrong in what he said

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Tupaq: 8:46am On May 11
The question should be, if Northerners are marginalized like the present southern Nigeria, would Arewa consultative forum still be part of Nigeria? Your guess is as good as mine. They would have left this contraption long time ago.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by cococandy(f): 8:47am On May 11
There is no way any part of Nigeria will secede without a civil war. We are so integrated that it is impossible for us to sit at a conference table and allow each part to go their ways, it's not possible, it's not a tea party, there will be war. If any part of Nigeria wants to secede, there will be war, maybe even more serious war than what we had before between 1967 and 1970. So, if anyone is calling for secession, he's calling for war.

“And we in the North fought the war to keep this country together, so it will be a contradiction for those of us who tried to stop this country from breaking up to now be engaging in activities that will break this country; we don't want this country to break up. Nigeria is a great country as it is. We have problems but those problems are not enough for us to break up.

We’ve seen how much y’all love us undecided
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by MondayOsunbor(m): 8:49am On May 11

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by BoverLY(m): 8:49am On May 11
It's no a tea party.!!��
Mofos is here again to compare us to America.
Do you really know the calamity and agony behind the tea party.... .

Arewa people set of losers ass
They know what they Wil lose if NG break up.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by SUFFERInSMILIIN(f): 8:49am On May 11
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Insecurity:


http://saharareporters.com/2021/05/10/why-north-does-not-want-nigeria-break-%E2%80%94-arewa-consultative-forum

Bunch of illiterate.
When the north is not safe even in Abuja people are being kidnapped in areas like aso Rock and criminals are parading the areas at night
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by WorldRichest: 8:50am On May 11
Insecurity:


But in an interview with SaharaReporters on Monday, ACF's spokesman, Emmanuel Yawe , said the North can never support secessionists because Nigeria is relatively okay the way it is.

Yawe further stated that secession attempts would only worsen the problems ravaging the country and could even lead to a civil war.

He said, “There is no way any part of Nigeria will secede without a civil war. We are so integrated that it is impossible for us to sit at a conference table and allow each part to go their ways, it's not possible, it's not a tea party, there will be war. If any part of Nigeria wants to secede, there will be war, maybe even more serious war than what we had before between 1967 and 1970. So, if anyone is calling for secession, he's calling for war.

“And we in the North fought the war to keep this country together, so it will be a contradiction for those of us who tried to stop this country from breaking up to now be engaging in activities that will break this country; we don't want this country to break up. Nigeria is a great country as it is. We have problems but those problems are not enough for us to break up.


http://saharareporters.com/2021/05/10/why-north-does-not-want-nigeria-break-%E2%80%94-arewa-consultative-forum

Can you see your life you Church goers? The Almajri speaking is a named Emmanuel. If you pity any Northerner injured or killed because he is a so called Christian, then you are on your own. The North is one and indivisible when it comes to politics. They love themselves above all things. So, let them enjoy their burning region.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Thinktwicemybro: 8:50am On May 11
Fejoku:
If it is war that will bring the division, then war it is. You are not God to tell us that the evil structure is right. Nigeria isn't the first country to divide. Many better managed and stronger countries have disintegrated before because of differences.
Biafra MUST be free by any means possible.

Are we not already at war? Don't mind them
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by wink2015: 8:51am On May 11
The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has revealed that Northern Nigeria will never support secession calls because there's nothing wrong with the extant structure in the country.

Across the country, calls for secession have continued to gain momentum.

There are the Indigenous People of Biafra in the South-East while there are agitators for the independence of the Oduduwa nation in the South-West.

But in an interview with SaharaReporters on Monday, ACF's spokesman, Emmanuel Yawe, said the North can never support secessionists because Nigeria is relatively okay the way it is.

Yawe further stated that secession attempts would only worsen the problems ravaging the country and could even lead to a civil war.

He said, “There is no way any part of Nigeria will secede without a civil war. We are so integrated that it is impossible for us to sit at a conference table and allow each part to go their ways, it's not possible, it's not a tea party, there will be war. If any part of Nigeria wants to secede, there will be war, maybe even more serious war than what we had before between 1967 and 1970. So, if anyone is calling for secession, he's calling for war.

“And we in the North fought the war to keep this country together, so it will be a contradiction for those of us who tried to stop this country from breaking up to now be engaging in activities that will break this country; we don't want this country to break up. Nigeria is a great country as it is. We have problems but those problems are not enough for us to break up.

“We believe these problems can be remedied and these problems will only be multiplied if we go into war. We love the country. We don't like what some people are doing with the country but for us to have come from the biggest black nation on earth, it is an honour and we should try to preserve this honour. We should try to see how we can use the resources we have to build a great world power. The rest of Africa is looking up to us and they feel sad when we behave as if we want to break up the country they all look up to. We don't want the country to break up. It is better the way it is, even with all the problems.”

The national leader of the pan-Yoruba group, Afenifere, Ayo Adebanjo, had also earlier explained why the North would never want the country to break up.

Adebanjo, who had always consistently called for restructuring, recently condemned the unyielding attitude of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to calls for constitutional reforms and resource control.

Adebanjo had over time explained that the current constitution favourably places Northern Nigeria over the South.

He was quoted as saying, “...The constitution we have now is an imposed constitution by the military and the problem we are having in the country now is because of this constitution.

“People should get that clear. It appears both Garba Shehu and his boss, Muhammadu Buhari, don’t want to address the question. I have said that this constitution is a fraudulent constitution; it is not the constitution we agreed on at independence. It is not the constitution Sir Ahmadu Bello, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe and Chief Obafemi Awolowo, the founding fathers of this country agreed on at independence. Whether you are talking about resource control, state police, all these agitations have been settled and that is what is causing the crisis in the country today.

“So, when the military said they are going back to the barracks in 1999, Afenifere and the National Democracy Coalition (NADECO) said ‘send us back to the constitution you met us with because this is not the constitution of our founding fathers.’ So, the question of restructuring is to restructure the country back to federalism which our founding fathers agreed on.

“This unitary form of government with all its impositions which have enslaved the South to the North was imposed on us by the military.

“It is the military that created more states in the North; it is the military that created more local governments in the North. It is the military that said that revenues would be shared on the basis of local governments and you people are not addressing it. These are questions you need to answer; why is that so? You don’t stay in a club that is not favourable to you.”

http://saharareporters.com/2021/05/10/why-north-does-not-want-nigeria-break-%E2%80%94-arewa-consultative-forum

HAVE THEY REALISED THAT IT TOOK NIGERIA 3 YEARS TO DEFEAT BIAFIA UNDER OJUKWU LEADERSHIP by way of food and medicine blockage leading to hunger.
It was not that they defeated Biafra in military battles.

It was the hunger situation in the then Biafra controlled area that made Biafra to surrender to the federal troops with the exit of Ojukwu to Ivory Coast.

But then the victory Gowon had against Biafra was with the support of the soldiers from yorubas, mid westerner, mid beltans regions.

In this present situation we are talking of the rest part of Nigeria facing the core north.

How will the core north win the war? They must be joking.

Do they have money to buy jet bomber?

Remember they will not have the midbelt army officers or Langtang army officer fighting on the side of the core north.

Soldiers from Benue state, Southern Kaduna will not want to fight on the side of the core north.

If the south managed to get International support from the United States and other european countries they will defeat the north and put the north in the place it belongs.

The foreign forces will just imposed a NO FLY ZONE barring the north from moving down south to fight.

It has taken the north over 10 years and they still not yet defeat Boko Haram.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by jozee8: 8:52am On May 11
Just imagine the arrogance!
And they're even using one very useful idiot Desmond Elliot son called Emmanuel.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Edusouls(m): 8:53am On May 11
Ooh u even want to live? But support the killing of policemen with families and loved ones? See stop supporting evil so It may not befall you, the wicked has no rest..Biafra would never come to pass after over 50years of agitation, because God doesn’t answer the prayers of wicked heart..
Arinze624:

Akpa Amụ
 He who fights and run 
away lives To fight Another day
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by streetzdreamz(m): 8:53am On May 11
A sad cycle of failure, that's what this nation is.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Edusouls(m): 8:54am On May 11
Stop deceiving yourself, Biafra is a day dream that started before you were born, it won’t be feasible..
wink2015:


HAVE THEY REALISED THAT IT TOOK NIGERIA 3 YEARS TO DEFEAT BIAFIA UNDER OJUKWU LEADERSHIP.

And that was with the support of the soldiers from yorubas, mid westerner, mid beltans regions.

We are talking of the rest part of Nigeria facing the core north.

How will the north win the war.

If the south get International support from the United States and other european countries they will defeat the north and put the north in the place it belongs.

It has taken the north over 10 years and they still not yet defeat Boko Haram.

Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Phcmayor(m): 8:54am On May 11
Freedom is not giving but it taken by force

We must pay the price

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by fayomim: 8:58am On May 11
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by November1857(m): 9:02am On May 11
NLPoliceWoman:

Seun Mynd44 Justwise Dominique.
Rule 8.
Rule 2.

Successionist.
Shut up !

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Mikecold: 9:02am On May 11
Allow the south have peace no

Allow the south go no


E go shock una, benue rather die than associate with north as it is now

Plateau same thing

This una foolishness no pass north west and the war torn north east

If a war happens e go shock una

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by realray(m): 9:04am On May 11
oga if we must stay together as a nation first we av to scrap the constitution and secondly we must restructure because one particular tribe can not be ruling over every other tribe as if they're slaves, enough of all this cheating and born to ruling mentality and let every state handle her own natural resources with state police and freedom of religion that's all but if say u want war no wahala, just know that this is not 1967 o
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by wink2015: 9:04am On May 11
Edusouls:
Stop deceiving yourself, Biafra is a day dream that started before you were born, it won’t be feasible..



Due to GLOBALIZATION It will be feasible.

By the time Biafra get International support from the great nations of the world like the United States of America and major european countries

Biafra will become a reality.

So likewise with other state in Nigeria.

The south is not afraid of War.

But at the same time nobody want war.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Theboss100(m): 9:06am On May 11
Odunayomi247:
Thunder faya you all
I am supporting your comment with the memes below to those idiots Arewa nonsense.

They want war, here it is.

Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by pfadom: 9:08am On May 11
Keep deceiving yourselves. You are still living in fools paradise. If you are not benefitting from injustice and inequity you wouldn't be enforcing a fruitless union on the oppressed and suppressed members of a fragmented and practically non-existent union.

It's just a matter of time.

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Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Plusstreet(m): 9:12am On May 11
Get it to your skulls cowards that we've had enough of this threat of war. I would rather die honourably fighting than live forever as a slave.
You are not stronger than Pharaoh but Elohim humbled him at last. You have been humbled, exposed for what you truly are. Even those you deceived and enslaved now knows you better and that is why everyone looks on with pity on your confused state. Sorry.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by TuFab(f): 9:13am On May 11
Thunder fire arewa council or whatever!
In Jesus name, this country will spit whether you like it or not, inshallah.
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Awoleesu(m): 9:20am On May 11
Emma, how old are you?
You talked about "we in the north fought to keep this country one..."! who told you this?


The expunging of History from our teaching curriculum is responsible for this arrogance borne out of ignorance!
Re: Why North Doesn't Want Nigeria To Break Up — Arewa Consultative Forum by Heffalump(m): 9:22am On May 11
Yaweh, the best joker of the century

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