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Ohanézè Ndiigbo Asks Buhari To Free Kanu Before 29th May

Ohanézè Ndiigbo Asks Buhari To Free Kanu Before 29th May.

Ohanézè Ndiigbo Asks Buhari To Free Kanu Before 29th May

The leader of the Ohanézè Ndiigbo, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to release the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, before May 29th, 2023.

Iwuanyanwu made this appeal on Thursday while speaking to newsmen in his office in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. He stated that releasing Kanu would go a long way in assuaging the feelings of the Igbo people towards the federal government.

He also added that Kanu’s release would be a major step in the right direction towards achieving lasting peace in the Southeast region of the country.

Ohanézè Ndiigbo Asks Buhari To Free Kanu Before 29th May

Chief Iwuanyanwu, who is also a respected elder statesman, expressed his concern over the recent increase in violence and insecurity in the Southeast region of Nigeria, adding that the government should take measures to address the root causes of the problem.

Furthermore, he called on political leaders from the Southeast region to engage in constructive dialogue with the federal government to find a lasting solution to the issues facing the region.

Nnamdi Kanu was arrested in Kenya and extradited to Nigeria on charges of terrorism and treasonable felony. He had previously jumped bail while facing similar charges in Nigeria, and had fled the country.

The IPOB leader has been held in custody since his arrest and is currently facing trial at the Federal High Court in Abuja. His detention has been a source of controversy and tension in the Southeast region, with many groups and individuals calling for his release.

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Ohanézè Ndiigbo Asks Buhari To Free Kanu Before 29th May

Chief Iwuanyanwu’s appeal to President Buhari to release Nnamdi Kanu before May 29th, 2023, is a call for peace and reconciliation in the Southeast region. It is hoped that the federal government will consider this appeal and take measures to address the root causes of the insecurity and violence in the region.

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