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Move Nigeria from consuming imports to producing exports – UI Don tells Buhari, others

The Biafra Nations League, BNL, on Thursday mocked the choice of the Northern union to name off the suspension of meals to the Southern a part of Nigeria.

BNL chief, Princewill Richard mentioned the “North is struggling to be related through the use of meals manufacturing as ways.”

He mentioned the union known as off the strike after realizing that the Southern a part of the nation is self-sustained.

An announcement to DAILY POST by Princewill alleged the union known as off the strike as a result of they realised the South would have minimize down provides of gas to the North.

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The Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Sellers of Nigeria (AUFCDN) had vowed to cease supplying meals to the Southern a part of the nation resulting from alleged maltreatment of Fulani herdsmen and a few Northerners residing within the south.

However, the union yesterday known as off the strike after a gathering with a delegation of the federal authorities led by the Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello.

Reacting, Princewill insisted that the Northern teams have seen that they don’t feed the South, including that such “an motion was ineffective.”

The assertion reads: “They’ve carried out theirs and found it isn’t efficient, you don’t droop meals provide to a area that produces meals, we now have the Onitsha yam, Ogoja yam and Garri, Abakaliki rice, Delta North cassava and lots of extra.

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“They really feel that they’re feeding us as a result of we purchase each time they transport their items to our land.

“Having found that the motion was not efficient, they rushed and known as it off as a result of they know we will minimize them off from oil and nonetheless feed on what we produce”.

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