IPOB set to hijack June 12 protests, CNG alleges

The Coalition of Northern Groups says it will pass on the arranged cross country fights on June 12, asserting that individuals from the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra are set to turn the fights brutal.

The Northern gathering spread the word about this at a public interview in Kaduna on Friday.

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CNG Spokesperson, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, who tended to writers for the gathering, said it was not in their custom to bounce onto a trip without knowing its real objective.

Suleiman said, “We can’t drag the North into a plan that isn’t as expected expressed and for which we are not reached. This is as well as getting the North far from the snare set by IPOB to support invasion in some northern states to turn the fights rough. In case of any revolting rate, the counter North rascals would then hold the area up as the unpredictable part of the country.

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“Another justification our non-investment of CNG and every one of our partners and organs is the way that we don’t perceive the authenticity of June 12 as Democracy Day in any case.”

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