October 1 deadline quit notice: Lawyers remind Ndigbo of what happened in 1966

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Concerned lawyers in Onitsha, Anambra state have advised Ndigbo resident in the northern parts of the country to return home.

They advised that they return before the October 1 deadline quit notice served them by Arewa Youths Consultative Forum, whether the threat to their lives is going to be carried out or not.

They said all of them should come home now because there are comfortable homes in Igbo land that will accommodate them better than being in a foreign land where their lives are subjected to imminent risk of being terminated unlawfully.

The lawyers, Samuel Chukwukelu, Ben Okoko and Maurice Efobi who spoke to newsmen yesterday in Onitsha, ahead of the October 1 quit notice deadline, stated that threat of such nature which borders on the national security, lives and properties of free citizens of the country ought not to be taken for granted.

They advised Ndigbo not to allow themselves to be trapped twice, like in 1966.


  1. It is written affliction shall not arise a second time.Nothing evil shall happen in Nigeria

  2. It is one Nigeria which one is foreign land again. But the case has being settled

  3. Come home to come and do what? When they've settled down in the north and have businesses there. They think its that easy to relocate. I believe the case has being settled. No more war! Peace is ours in Nigeria!

  4. Whatever happened in 1966 must remain in 1966 o

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