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Quit notice to northerners, Yoruba stands – N’Delta militants

The Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators has said that despite the volte-face by the Arewa youths on the quit notice to the Igbo in the North, it will stand on its position that the northerners and the Yoruba in the oil-rich region must leave before October 1, 2017.

Quit notice: Arewa youths can’t fool us with withdrawal – N’Delta militants

Niger Delta militants, yesterday, described the withdrawal of the quit notice issued to the Igbos resident in the North by a coalition of northern youth as an attempt to hoodwink Nigerians.

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