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Peoples Democratic Party, PDP chieftain Chief Bode George has urged All Progressives Congress, APC leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to pull back from stoking tribal war through the continued harassment of the Igbo in Lagos.

In a statement issued in Lagos on Wednesday, George said that the people of Lagos are accommodating people and it was for that reason that they have accommodated Tinubu himself.

The statement followed cases of ethnic tension in the wake of the elections that saw the Igbo in Lagos largely voting against Tinubu’s candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

The statement reads: “This clearly ill-advised jungle justice on fellow Nigerians whose offense is basically the fact that they voted according to their conscience is capable of provoking a reprisal attack and a greater cataclysm that may graduate into a fury that no one would be able to control.

Buhari: George wants him to call Tinubu to order

“Since yesterday I have been talking to various stakeholders from the South East to be restrained and calm and not to let the unfortunate incident widen into another violent scenario that may consume the nation itself.

“I am appealing to President Buhari to call Bola Tinubu to order lest his reckless penchant of mobilizing thugs against all perceived enemies does not ricochet into the tragedies of 1962 and 1963 which eventually triggered the Nigerian Civil war.

“Lagos is a mini Nigeria. It is the most accommodating and the most friendly entity in the Nigerian space. We welcome everyone with vivid embrace and with sincerity of purpose. We are the Nigerian melting pot, encouraging traders and various merchants to bring their gods for sale. We do not discriminate. If we had discriminated against Tinubu himself, he could never have risen to the level of relevance which he has achieved today in our Lagos.

“We need peace in Lagos. We do not need hired hands sponsored to disrupt business activities of fellow Nigerians.”

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