1967 Threat: I am Somtochukwu Aisha, any attack to Igbo is an attack on me – Yesufu fires Buhari

Aisha Yesufu the popular Endsars activist has repliedthe President of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari following the tweets he made about the state of the Nation.

Nigerians expressed their disgust after the President allegedly threatened Nigerians with the 30 months long Genocide that happened in 1967.

Aisha Yesufu made it known via her twitter page that she is an Igbo woman and any attack on Igbos is an attack on her because, no Nigerian is more Nigerian than any Nigerian.
She wrote ;
My name is Aisha Somtochukwu Yesufu

Any threat to Igbo people is a threat to me.
An attack to Igbo people is an attack on me.
I condemn the 1967 threats from President Buhari to the Igbo people
No Nigerian is more Nigerian than any Nigerian https://t.co/VMHeYkWY2e
She said ” I plead with the Federal Government to ensure orderliness and peaceful coexistence. In her words, she made it known that she condemned the 1967 threats to the Igbo people.

She further stated that personally i think the President needs to apologise to Nigerians regarding his recent tweets that has created several mixed reactions from Nigerians after saying, he would treat young people in the language they understand.”

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