South East Governors Disown Nnamdi Kanu

South East Governors among other leaders of the region have disowned Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB.

 

News Online reports that South East Governors and leaders on Saturday said they are against agitations for Biafra by the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

 

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In a communique issued after a meeting in Enugu State on Saturday, South-East Governors disclosed that they believe in one united Nigeria under a platform of justice, equality of rights, fairness, love and respect for one another.

 

The statement read; “We condemn the killing of security agencies, burning of strategic infrastructure and killing of civilians in South East and other regions. We request our security agencies to please discharge their duties within the rules of engagement and the law”

 

“We request our National Assembly from the South East to support State Police creation in the ongoing constitutional amendment”.

 

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“We condemn in totality, the activities of violent secessionist groups in South East and elsewhere, we firmly proclaim that we do not support them, they do not speak for South East.”

“The impression that South East leaders are silent over some of our youths agitators for secession is not correct. South East Governors, Ohaneze President, National Assembly members, notable leader had come out publicly many times in the past to speak against such agitations. In order not to mismanage the unfortunate situation, South East Leaders have set up a committee to engage such youths to stop and allow elders speak to address such fears.”

 

The statement also revealed that the Governors and Ohanaeze Ndigbo have been directed to liaise with indigenes from the northern part of Nigeria and indigenes of other regions to assure them that they are safe in the South East.

“The meeting endorsed our South East joint security outfit – Ebubeagu and asked them to work with security agencies and to respect the rights and privileges of all those living in South East and our visitors,”.