Chiwetalu Agu Officially Joins Secessionists’ Call For Nigeria To Split

Moment Nigerian Soldiers Arrest Popular Nollywood Actor, Chinwetalu Agu For Wearing Biafra Outfit

Chiwetalu Agu has joined the secessionists’ call for Nigeria to break up.

As Ejes Gist News reports, veteran Nollywood has endorsed the call for Nigeria to be divided for peace to reign.

Chiwetalu Agu made the call while speaking with Broadway Tv.

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Recall, Chiwetalu Agu, a Nollywood actor, has been released by the Department of State Services (DSS).

Soldiers detained the actor in Onitsha, Anambra State, for allegedly wearing Biafra regalia. He was then transferred to the Department of State Services (DSS) in Abuja, where he remained for several days before being released.

“We all must rise, I preached that everyone should rise from their position wherever they are with my costume,” Chiwetalu Agu said when asked if he supports Nigeria splitting.

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“My costume was the rising sun, not Biafra; Ojukwu popularised the rising sun as a symbol for Igbos who value progress.” Igbos are at the top of Africa because of their efforts, not because of the .

“The has done nothing for the Igbo man; they are attempting to improve on their own.”

“It’s better for us if we split up as a country as soon as possible.” Fulani ‘Buhari’s people account for 98 percent of the workforce. Nothing has been placed on the Igbo man.


“Benue is in upheaval; people are killing each other, but they want Fulani herders to go about their business.”

“It’s draconian; you can’t force people in such a large country.” To achieve a peaceful approach in this country, we need to rally our people from the same tribe.”


Chiwetalu Agu clarified that he was not tortured while being interrogated by senior army officers before being transferred to DSS custody.


“They interviewed me for an entire day, the senior army officers were civil, and they did not obtain any incriminating information from my phone before handing me over to DSS.”


“They didn’t start mistreating me until I arrived at the Abuja office, where I stayed for two days.”

“I’m a child of God, not a criminal,” he explained, adding that “all they saw in my phone was all about God, humanity, and nothing incriminating.”



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