Following attacks against Igbos in Lagos by Yorubas, political activist, Aisha Yesufu has told Igbos what to do to stop the intimidation.
Recall that Igbos were attacked for supporing Labour Party’s Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour.
Many of his supporters were prevented from voting on Saturday, with some attacked. Igbos were also asked to leave Lagos, with some Yorubas making plans on Twitter how to take over properties.
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Reacting to the tribal altercation, Yesufu took to Twitter to advice the Igbos in Lagos to visit Kano and learn how their brothers were able to stop themselves from getting victimized.
She wrote, “The Igbos in Lagos must go and meet their kinsmen in Kano and learn from them how they stopped themselves from being picked on as victims
Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who love war― Martin Luther King Jr.”