Amb. Sarafa Isola, the Nigerian Excessive Commissioner to the UK, met with eminent Yoruba leaders and Ohanaeze Ndigbo in London on Friday to dialogue on present safety issues in Nigeria.
The minutes of the conferences, which befell on the Nigerian Excessive Fee workplace, have been made out there to the Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Jos.
In keeping with the minutes, the dialogue centered on the efforts of the Federal Authorities to sort out inside safety in Nigeria, which has been tormented by insecurity lately.
The Igbo and Yoruba leaders on the assembly reiterated their beliefs within the unity of Nigeria and the necessity to protect it as a company entity.
The Yoruba leaders spoke on the necessity for Nigerian unity, including that the Yoruba individuals would proceed to stay in Nigeria.
They demanded that energy ought to evolve to the totally different elements of the federation by way of restructuring and federalism.
They, nevertheless, reiterated the necessity for true federalism as canvassed by Chief Obafemi Awolowo, a place the sage held till his demise.
On their half, the Igbo leaders additionally referred to as for the enthronement of fairness, justice and equity in Nigeria, the place the Igbo can be accorded their rightful place within the Nigeria venture.
The Ohanaeze staff was led by Dr Nnanna Igwe, the President of the group within the UK.
The Yoruba leaders have been led to the assembly by the Chairman of Nigerian Elders within the UK, Chief Adebayo Oladimeji.
Each Ohaneze and Yoruba leaders additionally harassed the necessity for dialogue and steady engagement on issues of concern to all Nigerians, notably these in the UK.
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