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Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, ​reacted to the tension caused by the clash between troops of the Nigerian Army and loyalists of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

​The Northern leaders called for calm ​while commending Governor Okezie Ikpeazu for imposing a dusk to dawn curfew in the state.

​A statement by ​ACF ​publicity secretary, Mohammed Ibrahim Biu ​appealed to IPOB supporters and other agitators​ to​ pursue their cause within the confines of the law.

​“The attention of Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has been drawn to the allegedly reported clashes between troops of the Nigerian Army while on Operation Python Dance11 and members of Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) in Aba, Abia State​”, it read.​

​”​ACF commends the prompt intervention of the Abia State Governor, Chief Okezie Ikpeazu,who has imposed a three day dusk to dawn curfew on Aba town in order to douse the tension and bring the situation under control. With the dusk to dawn curfew in place, the military and other security agencies should ensure that peace and harmony in the areas affected are not only restored but sustained.

“ACF also commends the efforts of South East Governors Forum for setting up a Probe Committee to investigate the clash in order to unravel its remote causes and to proffer an enduring solution to such problems.

​”​Identified perpetrators of the crisis should be made to face the wrath of the law in order to serve as deterrent to others. In this regard, ACF urges the Governors of the South East and South South regions to take adequate and necessary steps to protect the lives and properties of the innocent and law abiding citizens living in their states.

“ACF appeals to members of IPOB and other agitators for whatever cause to always pursue their concerns within the confines of the law and the provisions of the Nigerian Constitution.


“Furthermore, ACF wishes to praise the military for their professionalism in handling the security challenges and calls on the Federal Government to be firm and resolute in bring such situations under control in favor of peaceful coexistence needed for meaningful socioeconomic development. We therefore appeal for calm and urge citizens to appreciate the need to live in peace and harmony”.

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  1. The curfew by the Igbo Governor is to help the soldiers to control people and pick them up from their homes. Igbo leaders are slave traders their own people

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  2. Enter your comment...we are finished in a country like this. Inequality and hatred is the bane of our problems. God please come and save us from the nigerian state.

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  3. ACF could have condemned the IPOB dastardly acts

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