If you are one of those calling for secession or threatening to send Igbo people or southerns packing, you should be scared.

The operatives of the Department of State Services, DSS are on RED alert.

The DSS has warned all ethnic groups in the country against fomenting trouble through misinformation and hate speeches.

Spokesman of the agency, Tony Opuiyo, warned that the service would stop at nothing to deal with any group found culpable.

On June 6, a coalition of Northern youth groups rose from a news conference in Kaduna where it issued an ultimatum for Igbos living in the North to leave before Oct. 1.

The coalition also ordered people of Northern extraction living in Igbo land to return to the North.

In response to the quit notice issued to the Igbo, a coalition of Niger Delta militants asked the Federal Government to return all oil blocks owned by northerners to oil producing communities.

Opuiyo said: “This development has been followed by a release from an unknown source styled, Niger Delta Watchdogs, threatening all Northerners to quit Niger Delta region.

“Meanwhile, another group went to the extent of harvesting from the internet, a horrific accident scene, for the purpose of making it look like a site of massacre of Igbo ethnic group by Northern youths. However, the Service has been able to establish that the purported murder scene being depicted as a field of massacre was a high casualty accident scene which occurred along Owo-Akure road, Ondo State, on 3rd March 2016.”

The DSS has therefore advised all those “charting the course of disunity among Nigerians to desist from their divisive actions", Opuiyo said.