Aisha Yesufu, a political activist, has advised Igbos in Lagos on how to deal with Yoruba intimidation in the state.
WITHIN NIGERIA reports that following the victory of the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi at the polls during the presidential election there has been widespread agitation on the true owners of Lagos.
While some Igbos claim that the state belongs to no one, the Yorubas, in turn, insist that they are the true aboriginal owners of Lagos and that the easterners are only visitors.
This agitation comes as some Igbo electorates claim they were denied the right to vote because of their tribe, while others claim they have been physically attacked by Yorubas.
In response to the tribal clash, Yesufu took to Twitter to urge Igbos in Lagos to visit Kano and learn how their brothers were able to prevent themselves from being victimized.
The Igbos in Lagos must go and meet their kinsmen in Kano and learn from them how they stopped themselves from being picked on as victims
Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who love war― Martin Luther King Jr.