Aloy Ejimakor, the special counsel to leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has disclosed ways in which Igbos can be “expelled” from Lagos State.
Ejimakor in a series of tweet noted that Igbos would happily leave Lagos if a referendum on Biafra is carried out.
Speaking further, he opined that Ndigbo will also leave Lagos if a seaport is built in the Southeast and Nigeria is returned to regional autonomy
He wrote, “If you want to expel Igbos from Lagos, do this: Organize referendum on Biafra. Once it’s carried, you will see a voluntary & happy stampede out of Lagos. Or, you build a seaport in Southeast & return Nigeria to regional autonomy as a means to Biafra. (https://symboliamag.com) Do this & thank me later.
“An Igbo-dominated market in Lagos burnt down after Igbos in Lagos were threatened.
“After the witch cried at night, the baby died in the morning.
“Fani Kayode, Prophet Godwin, ahoy! Yoruba ronu. Ndigbo kwechiri.”
Naija News reports that there has been agitations for the Igbos to be removed from Lagos following outcome of the presidential election in which Labour Party’s Peter Obi defeated the President-elect, Bola Tinubu in Lagos State.
Following the election, Igbo suffered major losses in Lagos State as one of the markets they dominated was burnt down.