YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED AND GIVEN A QUIT DATE.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED AND GIVEN A QUIT DATE.
When a clay pot breaks, it is not mendable. Nigeria is broken and is not fixable. Nigeria does not need a proliferation of peace and unity groups. What Nigeria needs are associations of Professionals well versed in sharing assets and liabilities of the post-Nigeria entities.
While I commend the Foundation for Peace Professionals for giving the genocidal intentions of the Hausa-Fulanis wide coverage, they should metamorphose into the Foundation for Peaceful Distribution of Nigeria”s Assets and Liabilities.
Starting with Alhaji Ahmadu Bello and currently as enunciated by Mallam Shettima Yarima, Igbos have been warned to vacate Northern Nigeria by October 1, 2017. How these Igbos continue to sleep peacefully surrounded by people intent on killing them is unfathomable.
Reproduced below is the transcript urging Allah to facilitate the killing of Igbos. The jihadist intention of these killers is obvious. Any Igbo who is killed in Northern Nigeria after October 1, 2017 has only him/herself to blame.

TRANSCRIPT OF HAUSA SONG INCITING GENOCIDE ON THE INTERNET:
“First I want to appeal to Almighty Allah to help me in this song not to deviate, these useless children of thieves and unemployed. Igbos in Nigeria have no sun.

Chorus:

Igbos (Inyamirin) are ungrateful people and fools 
Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

Let’s drag and drag and see who will sleep in the sun,
Igbo land, in the beginning, has no name, they were helped to get name and identity. And that’s the beginning of their trouble.

Chorus:

Igbos (Inyamirin) are ungrateful people and fools 
Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

Please let’s ask, who is an Igbo, it’s Igbo that suffered and said he needs water and that’s how we started calling them Inyamuri.

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

Igbos who are doing rubbish work, they tried us in the past but couldn’t succeed. Your leader who led the rebellion told you to repent and don’t venture into fruitless war.
Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

A child doesn’t know fire until he marches on it and realizes, you will not be able to quench this fire you ignited. Stupid and shameless boy if you fit we are waiting. Let the country be divided and let’s see who will cry.

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

We knew they have nothing since their origin, it was with the money of the north, that oil was explored and found. We are farming and grazing with our cattle and knew they have nothing.

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

We northerners farm beans and they have nothing, we farm rice and they have nothing, they neither farm potatoes nor cocoa yam. They don’t have wheat, pepper, no grains and nothing. No onions and groundnuts, we eat surplus and gave southerners food. Let the country be divided, let the country be divided, we northerners are saying let the country split.

You said you don’t want us, we too we don’t want you anymore. This is our land and not someone father’s land, brothers and sisters. We have all it takes. 
Igbos are the ones that ruined this country, we all know that they are the ones disguising as Fulani killing people and committing armed robbery, they are the ones blocking roads and also disguising as Boko Haram killing people without shame.

They are the ones destroying our youths and children with drugs, let the country be divided because Igbos have no any day.

They did not support our President but rigged him out. Only Yorubas supported and collaborated with us. Hausa and Fulani too collaborated but Igbos refused and we don’t want them anymore.

They inherited nothing but useless things from their origin, they did so many atrocities in the past. They killed Sardauna, Sir Ahmadu Bello our hero, they did same with Sir Abubakar Tafawa-Balewa.

Chorus

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.”
RESPONSE OF FOUNDATION FOR PEACE PROFESSIONALS:
“Foundation for Peace Professionals has in its possession, a hate and inciting song, obtained through the social media and currently circulating in Northern Nigeria. We urge the Federal Government to take immediate action to avert the Rwanda Genocide experience that may likely occur as a result of the destructive song.
The trending song, which was voiced by an unknown female artist in Hausa language, was carefully worded, with the intention of causing deliberate mass incitement of Nigerians from the North against those from the Igbo extraction. This is a serious matter that must be addressed with the speed of light if the current peace shall be preserved.
In our candidate estimation, the song is a threat to national security and we can’t imagine the extent of genocide that may likely occur, should the Federal Government not mobilize all resources within its capacity to avert the catastrophic response that may break out in the next few weeks, if not days.
The song is dangerous, inciting and capable of drawing the country into another civil war and we must act fast to stop it.
We are using this opportunity to call on the Federal Government of Nigeria under the leadership of the acting President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, all security agencies, all Northern Governors and traditional rulers, particularly in fragile states like Kano, Kaduna, Jos, Bauchi, Borno, Yobe and others to immediately take steps, not only to withdraw the song from circulation and embark on extensive media advocacy in Hausa to counter the deadly incitement, but to also mobilize strategic security responses to address any reaction that may break out as a result of the hate song. This is an emergency that must be taken with all seriousness.
All Northern leaders must with immediate effect, condemn and dissociate themselves from this barbaric song and urge the people never to attack any Nigerian of Igbo extraction living in the North.
While we strongly condemn those who produced the song and circulated it on the social media, we urge them to understand that the fire they are about to light may not spear them.
Finally, inciting the masses into committing genocide against a people is not the best way to respond to whatever situation. We urge all Nigerians to cherish peace and continue to work towards building a better understanding.”
RESPONSE BY SHETTIMA YARIMA TO GIVE A FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY TO THE INTENDED VICTIMS:
“Amid rising tension created by the quit notice given to members of the Igbo community to leave the Northern part of the country by October 1, 2017, officials of the northern youths groups today met with Igbo leaders from the 19 northern states. The two sides agreed to appoint a reconciliation committee of ten men to find a lasting solution to the tense situation.

The meeting between the groups took place at Chinese Dragon Restaurant in Kano. The convener, Isah Tijjani, disclosed that the committee was given 72 hours to submit its report. He urged its members to place Nigeria first in their deliberations.

Members of the committee are drawn from the two main sides. The members of the Arewa Youths Coalition are Abdullahi Toro, Abubakar Kagu, Yima Sen, Dauda S. Shamakeri and Ado Mohammed. From among the Igbo group the members are Chi Nwogu, Eze Ngozi Nwaine Oso, Igwe Ibekwe and Magnus Ihejirika.

The Northern youths’ group is led by Shettima Yarima while the Igbo group is led by Igwe Igbekwe.
Mr. Tijjani implored the committee to come up with a position that enhances understanding between the two groups for the peaceful coexistence and development of the country at large.

Our correspondent reported that a heated debate ensued between the groups before an agreement was reached to set up a committee.

In his initial statement, Mr. Yarima revealed that his group’s quit notice to Igbo people in northern Nigeria was triggered by the violent agitations instigated by Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), adding that Igbo elders failed to call the IPOB leader to order.

He said, “We have had a meeting with the Ohaneze Youth Council in Kaduna, [and they] dissociated themselves from Nnamdi Kanu, and we got all sorts of condemnation from the South East. So we couldn’t understand what was really happening.”

On his part, Mr. Ibekwe gave assurances that his group believed in the peaceful coexistence of all groups to the benefit all Nigerians.

Addressing the northern youths, Mr. Ibekwe asked, “When you issued a quit notice, where do you want us to go? For your information, none of us is a member of IPOB. Since the issuance of quit notice, you will notice that many things [have gone] differently. If you are a businessman you will understand what I am saying more clearly.”

He became the first participant in the talks to suggest composing a reconciliation committee. “Let us have a committee that will sit and discuss all these issues,” he urged. He added, “Let there be peace. We should all mellow down please.”

Representatives of Igbo communities from all the 19 Northern states, including Abuja, attended the meeting. Various participants at the meeting were seen exchanging banners after the sitting.”
http://saharareporters.com/2017/08/05/northern-youth-groups-igbo-leaders-set-reconciliation-committee-over-quit-notice
COMMENTARY:
A similar scene played out in 1966. The then Lt. Col. Odimegwu Ojukwu urged Igbos to return to the North after the first wave of pogrom. The bodies of the returnees have not been found till this present moment. Some were dumped in wells, pit latrines, and fed to fishes.
Igbos who wish to remain in Northern Nigeria should change their names, convert to Islam, renounce their Igboness and severe all ties with Igbo land. You cannot be an Eze Igbo in Hausa-Fulani land. Those Igbos who wish to remain Igbo should leave before

October 1, 2017.
A word is not enough for the fool.

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