Nigeria May break into six countries — White witches




The White Witches Association of Ni­geria (WWAN) has warned that the country may break up into four or six independent na­tions if the ongoing killings occasioned by the activities of Boko Haram terrorists, bandits, and Fulani cattle herders are not checkmated.

The association disclosed this through the associa­tion’s former spokesman, Dr. Iboi Okhue, in an inter­view with Sunday Indepen­dent on Saturday.

Iboi, now a board mem­ber of the association, said that after two meetings held in Bakassi, Cross River State, and Kakuri, in Kaduna state, on February and April, respectively, to seek solution to the blood­bath ravaging Nigeria, it was discovered that except something was done urgent­ly, Nigeria might break up.

“After our two meetings in Calabar and Kaduna, it was concluded that there was urgent need to end the ongoing killings in Nigeria. If the killings continue till 2022, the 2023 elections will not only be put on hold, but the country will break into four or six independent countries, he ststed.

He said the alarming security situation in the Nigeria today was worri­some, though not insur­mountable.

“President Muhammadu Buhari cannot do it alone. But, he has to call for urgent stakeholders’ meeting that will involve the state gover­nors and local government chairmen. This has nothing to do with political parties. It is about the security of Nigeria.

“Even in the 1967/1970 Nigeria/Biafra civil war, people did not die the way they are dying today. We cannot continue like this.

“Everybody must come up with the best idea and I want to tell the federal government that the White Witches Association of Ni­geria has the solution to this problem and we are ready to do our best that will lead to the criminals wielding weapons to submit them at voluntarily.” Sunday INDEPENDENT

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