Redacted article courtesy of – The Guardian
The Presidency has been cautioned to tread softly on the way and manner it handles the current imbroglio concerning the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network (ESN) issue.
A socio-political activist and critic, Chief Adesunbo Onitiri, who issued the warning in a statement, yesterday, in Lagos, said the counsel is imperative, so as not to be misconstrued by Nigerians and international community that the Presidency is clamping down on the Igbo people.
He explained that no Nigerian would accept any tribe to stockpile arms or declare war against the nation. “But the government must be very careful and honest not to provoke the anger of the entire people of Southeastern Nigeria that might precipitate another tribal conflict in the country.”
Link to full article: https://guardian.ng/news/tread-cautiously-over-ipob-esn-activist-warns-fg/