“UN Rumour is Fake,” Bashir Ahmad

The Personal Assistant on New Media to President Mohammadu Buhari, Bashir Ahmad has addressed the rumour circulating in the press of a new nation called UNO States of Cameroon.

In a post posted on Twitter Saturday, Ahmad said the story is one hundred percent fake and should be disregarded.

He said, “‘Nigeria may lose 24 councils to new UN state’ you might have read this story on the Guardian newspapers, WhatsApp or somewhere else, the story is 100% fake, fabricated, may be for an agenda only best known to those that started the spreading the fake news.”

An imminent UNO State of Cameroon is fiction, both Nigeria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United Nations Office in Nigeria said on Friday.

Refuting the rumour, the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, said, “The UN does not create states.” Read More

Popular Guardian Newspaper had reported the imminent birth of a new African nation, produced from Nigeria and Cameroon.

According to the false report, the new country whose name is UNO State of Cameroon would be proclaimed by the United Nations on 10 July, 2020.

The report said the fantasised new nation will incorporate 24 LGAs from Nigeria and the Anglophone regions of Cameroon.

In addition, the fake report was based on a misrepresentation of the Greentree Agreement, between Nigeria and Cameroon sighed by Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo in 2006.

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