Arewa youths reach a fresh concensus with Osibanjo concerning the recent quit notice issued against the biafrans.
5. Affirmed the need for all leaders and elders, regardless of political or ideological persuasion, to speak out more forcefully to counter divisive and hate speech and warmongering.
The Acting President also said in conclusion:
“There is a point where a line has to be drawn, and that is when conversations or agitations degenerate into hateful rhetoric, where the narrative descends into pejorative name-calling, expressions of outright prejudice and hatred.
“Let me say that we are not deaf to the legitimate concerns and frustrations arising from around the country. Every part of Nigeria has its own grievances. But these have to be expressed graciously and managed with mutuality rather than with scorn and disdain.
“All of us have agreed that our nation must remain one… I think that there is clarity as to that one thing, that our country ought to remain, must remain, a united country.”
Meanwhile, The South-East leadership of cattle breeders under the aegis of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) .
The youths stirred public outrage when they gave Igbos in the
north three months to vacate leave.