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Ohanaeze demands soft landing for Nnamdi Kanu, urges IPOB followers to shun protests




Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the pan Igbo socio-cultural group, has cautioned towards the continued detention of the chief of the Indigeneous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

The best Igbo socio-cultural group envisaged that one other spherical of violence might engulf the southeast if leaders fail to take drastic steps in addressing the state of affairs.

In a press release by its President Common, Engr Chidi Ibe, despatched to DAILY POST on Thursday, Ohanaeze Ndigbo tasked the southeast governors to discover the harmonious relationships between them and President Muhammadu Buhari to safe a gentle touchdown for Kanu for the sustainability of the peaceable environment that returned to the area.

The group urged the leaders to look past the rapid state of affairs, forgive Kanu for his excesses and safe his launch from the arms of the Federal Authorities.

Ohanaeze Ndigbo additional confused that the deteriorating state of affairs of issues within the area and Nigeria at giant, doesn’t require blame video games however togetherness and cooperation to surmount.

In accordance with the apex Igbo physique, “They have to forgive and shut ranks, this isn’t the time for blame, accusations and counter-accusations.

“The earlier Nnamdi Kanu’s rantings and insults heaped on South East Governors and Igbo Elders had been insufferable however the easiest way to forgive him is to safe his launch.

“As for Ohanaeze Ndigbo, we are going to proceed to speak to his teeming supporters to shun any protest and provides the South East Governors and different Igbo leaders the chance to barter his launch with President Buhari”.

In the identical vein, Catholic Bishops of Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province have accused President Muhammadu Buhari-led authorities of selective administration of justice.

The Bishops lamented that the event has critically affected Nigerians in all spheres of life and the nation’s picture within the worldwide group.

The bishops, from Ibadan Archdiocese, Ilorin, Ondo, Oyo, Ekiti and Osogbo Dioceses, in a communiqué issued by Rev. Gabriel Abegurin, Chairman, and Rev. Akin Oyejola, Secretary, on the finish of their assembly on the Domus Pacis Pastoral Institute, Igoba in Akure, lamented that the present wave of insecurity within the nation is a sign that the Federal Authorities has woefully did not punish the prison components killing Nigerians.

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