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Nigeria’s break-up will bring calamity to the world – Bishop Yahaya

By Ben Agande, Kaduna
The Archbishop of  the Diocese of Kaduna,  Anglican Communion, Bishop Timothy Yahaya, has warned that the disintegration of Nigeria portends  catastrophe of unimaginable proportion for the world and urged the United Nations to take measures to avoid such scenario.

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN was warmly received at the airport by the women of Enugu on his arrival just before proceeding to Anambra for the 50th Anniversary of NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF LAW TEACHERS (NALT) in Anambra State. 12th June 2017.

Speaking during the 3rd session of the 20th synod of the diocese at St Paul’s Anglican Church, Kakuri, Kaduna, at the weekend, Tanya said West Africa would bear the brunt of Nigeria’s disintegration.

He said ‘if today the country breaks up, there would no place to hide, there will be no place to go to. our neighbouring countries can not contend us as refugees.

According to him, “the number of cars in Lagos alone is more than all the cars in West Africa. So, everyone should be interested in what is happening in Nigeria”.

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