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RationalTV: Don’t entertain fear over October 1 - CAN tells Igbo living in north

RationalTV: Don’t entertain fear over October 1 - CAN tells Igbo living in northThe Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has sent a message to Igbos living in the north to stay where ever they reside without fear.

In spite of the withdrawal of quit notice given to southerners in the north by the coalition of the northern groups, Vanguard reports that there is still tension among the populace. gathered that Yakubu Pam, the chairman, 19 northern states and Abuja of the group on Thursday, September 7, made this known while speaking at the opening ceremony of a one day leadership summit organised by the group in Abuja.

Pam said:''We come today as leadership of the northern Nigerian CAN to call our brothers and sisters from the south (Igbos), those at home, those that here (in the north), they should know that we are together, and we believe in the unity of this country.

''As spiritual fathers in the first place, we have prayed, they should be able to remove fear from their heart and relax wherever they are, there is no power that past power of prayer.

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''Secondly, we call on the federal government, state governors of various states to call on their people, we need to live together in peace.

''And security agencies should be up and doing, so that, our people (southern brothers) will not fear.

''We also call on our traditional rulers, particularly, in the areas, where the Igbo minority are found in the north, that the protection of lives and property are largely respected''.

Meanwhile, had reported that Arewa youths sent a message to Igbos living in the north assuring them that no evil will befall them while also criticising Nnamdi Kanu for rejecting the withdrawal of the quit notice. reporter hit the streets to ask Nigerians how they think the country can be united again:
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