- The Concerned Nigerian Network in Diaspora (CNND) has proclaimed that the IPOB pioneer, Nnamdi Kanu's fomentation remains a danger to Nigeria's solidarity
- It asked the youth in the Niger Delta locale not to be utilized by Kanu to wreck the nation
-The group, nonetheless, maintained that the solidarity and advancement of the nation ought to be the interest of all good natured Nigerians
The Concerned Nigerian Network in Diaspora (CNND) has approached Niger Delta young people not to enable themselves to be utilized as instruments of devastation by eager and egotistical government officials. Mr James Erebuoye, Leader of the group, decided in an announcement issued on Wednesday August 23 in Abuja while reacting to late rush of hate speeches in the nation.
According to him, a few government officials are in the propensity for using unsuspecting masses to instigate emergency in the nation while their children are abroad studying and enjoying.
He included that rather than engaging in wanders that would warm up the commonwealth, young people in the locale should concentrate more on monitoring electorate activities and store payment to and in the district. He said they ought to likewise endeavor to work towards ensuring the nation's solidarity while supporting the President Muhammadu Buhari-Led Government to enable it deliver true democracy dividends to the people.
Erebuoye especially approached youths in the area to evade the call being made by Nnamdi Kanu, the pioneer of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), for the disintegration of the nation. He maintained that the solidarity and improvement of the nation ought to be the interest of all good natured Nigerians, adding that young people in the locale should remain clear from IPOB exercises and grasp peace.
"We should not offer space to Nnamdi and his IPOB group to course frenzy and decimation to this extraordinary district and the nation by and large. "The Niger Delta district has endured a few emergencies in the past and it is the ideal opportunity for us to allow peace to empower us profits by the Buhari administration.
"I am certain that we as a whole realize that no good thing comes out of crisis; it's about time that we quit partaking in illicit revitalizes out of individual intrigue", Erebuoye stressed.
He kept up that Niger Delta young people should hold hands with the Federal Government and its anti-graft agencies in battling corruption which he noted had left the nation and he district in a terrible shape. (NAN)