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Malabu scandal: Ijaw youths protest ‘persecution’ of Dan Etete

“If they don’t allow Etete to continue to do business in the oil and gas industry, Ijaw people will have no choice than to tell the country that the oil and gas belong to us. They should stop the investigations of the Malabu oil deal. OPL 245 belongs to an Ijaw man”.

IPOB faults Nwabueze over call to dump agitation for restructuring

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on Thursday, said that it was no secret that its leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is a great admirer of the very eminent Prof. Ben Nwabueze which does not in any way translate to an agreement to stop the agitation for Biafra restoration for restructuring.

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