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Sen. Ken Nnamani Says Biafra Agitators Seeking War Won’t Survive Two Weeks 

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Former Senate President Ken Nnamani has urged South-East agitators to put down their swords, stressing that war is not for children.

According to the All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, the destruction and killings in the region should not be viewed solely as a challenge to the federal government.

Nnamani told reporters on Tuesday in Lagos that it is better for the Igbos to stay and achieve more in Nigeria.

“Most of those who urge for war are frequently the first to perish.” They wouldn’t make it through the first two weeks.

“I was present during the Biafra war.” Many individuals died, including Nsukka students; young and intelligent citizens who brought joy to their parents, relatives, and communities.

“Igbos will thrive if Nigeria is properly organized.” We must continue to hone our skills and expand our enterprises.

“If there is peace, the Igbos will benefit the most.” Without exaggeration, Igbos can be found everywhere.

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“Visit Banana and Victoria Islands in Lagos.” Igbos own a large number of skyscrapers. Igbos own three-quarters of the hotels in Abuja.

“These investments can’t be relocated.” Using guns against ourselves is not the solution. War is not the solution; it is not a sit-and-drink party.”

Nnamani, whose book ‘Standing Strong: Legislative Reforms, Third Term, and Other Issues of the Fifth Senate’ to be released next week, has called for a level playing field for all Nigerian tribes.

“Let the playing field be leveled, and let us all band together and compete.” This will enable the country reach more enviable heights,” he continued.

 

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