The federal government has drawn the line on hate speech, warning that not only will it be rejected, it will also be considered an act of terrorism.

Acting president Yemi Osinbajo said this at the opening of the national economic council summit in Abuja.

Osinbajo’s comments come after months of regional and ethnic tensions, heightened by the quit notice given to Igbos by northern youth groups in reaction to secessionist agitations in the south east.

He said warning that hate speech poses a grave danger to nations and the world.

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