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Thursday, 8 June 2017

Senate President Bukola Saraki reacts as condemnation continues to trail Areya youth threats against the Igbos

<img src=" Senate-President-Bukola-Saraki-reacts-as-condemnation-continues-to-trail-Areya- youth-threats-against-the-Igbos .gif" alt=" Senate President Bukola Saraki reacts as condemnation continues to trail Areya youth threats against the Igbos > </p>


The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has reacted to the Areya youth threats as well as growing ethnic agitations in the northern. He advocates the need for all Nigerians to always tolerate each other and show understanding.

The Senate leader said that Nigeria's greatest strength and selling point from the rest of the world lies in her numeric number and ethnicity diversity, which demands that the country’s’ unity be guarded carefully.

Bukola Saraki dropped this hint when the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the 19 Northern States and Abuja, led by its Chairman, Rev. Yakubu Pam paid him a courtesy visited at the National Assembly in Abuja. 

In the same vein, the Northern Governors forum had also in her reaction on Wednesday, June 7 distanced its forum from the Areya Youths. The ‎Borno State Governor and Chairman of the 19 Northern States Governors’ Forum, Kashim Shettima spoke on behalf of the other governors in Maiduguri.

Governor Kashim Shettima said that they are in touch with security agencies head and as such had put some measures in place aimed at guaranteeing the rights of every Nigerians to live in the Northern states in the three geo-political zones that make up the north.



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