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Fani-Kayode finds those seeking to divide Nigeria, cause 2nd civil war

Femi Fani-Kayode, former Aviation Minister, has identified the ones looking to divide Nigeria and cause some other civil conflict within the nation.

Fani-Kayode alleged that some international bodies have decided to divide Nigeria and triggering civil war.

The previous minister disclosed this in a tweet on Monday morning.

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In keeping with Fani-Kayode: “The day Nigerians recognise the truth that there are foreign forces that triggering to divide us and set off a second civil conflict in our nation would be the day that they’d have taken their first step to nationwide redemption. Might God will help us.”

Nigeria skilled its first Civil war between 1967 and 1970.

The conflict was once between the Nigerian executive and Biafra, a secessionist state which had declared its independence from the West African country in 1967.



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