Doyin Okupe, former aide to ex-Preaident Goodluck Jonathan, has warned that the quit notice issued to Igbos in the north should not be taken for granted by government and ndi igbo, particularly, stating that the ultimatum still stands despite all the moves that have been made to address the issues between the agitating groups by the acting president, Prof Yemi Osibanjo.
Okupe gave the warning in a post he made on Facebook, titled “Where does Nigeria go from here?”.
He wrote; “I personally believe that, no matter what we hear officially delivered to Aso rock, the October quit notice for the Igbos resident in the north is REAL, live and will subsist.
“Anything contrary to this is grand deception and delusionary.
“The inevitable conclusion therefore, looking carefully at the scenarios and strong positioning of the Nationalities above, is that only God and government can save the country now.
“I hasten to add, at this juncture, that it is a grand fallacy that because the Ag. President has sworn to an oath to defend the Nigerian constitution, and the fact that Biafra is not in the constitution, it is unlawful for the Ag President to interface with those who have expressed a desire to quit the union.”