“ Nigeria’s Unity Can Never Be Negotiable” British High Commissioner Paul Arkwright Speaks

The British High Commissioner to Nigeria Paul Arkwright has stated the United Kingdom is behind one and indivisible Nigeria. He has revealed that Nigeria must stay united and there is no room for Biafra.

Arkwright made this affirmation at a public lecture titled “‎Brexit: Lessons, Challenges and Opportunities for Nigeria”, at the Federal University, Lokoja, on Thursday.

Speaking on the position of Britain on the groups pushing to break from Nigeria, the envoy ‎ said the UK remained firm in its support for one Nigeria.

He noted that the unity of Nigeria should not be negotiable, stressing that the country will be better under one umbrella.

“The strength of Nigeria is not in her money or oil but her greatest asset remains her well-endowed and resourceful people,” Arkwright said.

He said Britain would support Nigeria in the areas of education and business development.

He said, “We will strive to increase our market by encouraging more investments in Nigeria.”

Meanwhile, the Presidency had revealed that the British Government will give the Federal Government information about Nigerians

 

 

4 Responses to “ Nigeria’s Unity Can Never Be Negotiable” British High Commissioner Paul Arkwright Speaks

  1. Michael says:

    BIAFRA: Arkwright, you are a f00l….LOOK AT TROUBLE … SLAVE MASTERS ARE HERE AGAIN. DON’T WORRY YOU WILL KNOW THE MEANING OF BIAFRA SOON. THOSE CRIMINALS DON’T KNOW THAT OUR EYES HAS OPEN. A FOREIGNER TALKING NONSENSE ON BIAFRA LAND. YOUR ZOO (Nigeria) IS IN TROUBLE. YOU WILL SOON PAY FOR THE GEN0CIDE YOU COMMITTED FROM 1964-1967.

  2. Muhammad sani says:

    The issue of o Nigerian secession is something I consider as waste of time.
    The nature of Nigeria of today reveals that Nigeria’s unity is non negotiable.

    If fani kayode and and KANU did not leave Nigeria unity alone, am sure the common man in Nigeria will take law in his hand towards dealing with these folks.

  3. sylva says:

    Over 56yrs now what d state of a common Nigeria no hope of a better feature

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