Kanu gives conditions for reconciliation

Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has given conditions for true reconciliation to be achieved in Nigeria.

The conditions are: siting of an international airport, seaport and building of good roads in the Southeast, to bring the long-abandoned zone on a par with other regions.

Kanu, who said he was not opposed to genuine restructuring, insisted that Nigeria should be restructured along the 1963 Constitution, if proponents of restructuring are sincere.

His position was made public by his younger brother, Prince Emmanuel, after a recent visit to the IPOB leader. He said his position on the Nigeria project had not changed.

He was quoted as blaming those who aborted his meeting with Igbo leaders scheduled for September 15, 2017 in Enugu, for the current chaos in the Southeast, arguing that if his house was not invaded a day before the meeting, perhaps the meeting would have addressed the issues fuelling the agitation for Biafra.



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