As a parting gift to Ndigbo, President Buhari is urged by Professor Ibe to release Nnamdi Kanu

Professor Greg Ibe, the governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in Abia State, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to release Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), as a parting gift to the Igbo people. In an open letter to the President, Professor Ibe pleaded with Buhari to consider the various appeals for Kanu’s release in the spirit of national unity. Continue Reading>>>>

Professor Ibe emphasized that the disenchantment of the Igbo people, who feel excluded and persecuted in Nigeria, has been exacerbated by Kanu’s prolonged detention.

He acknowledged that while there may be concerns about Kanu’s actions and rhetoric, dialogue and engagement should be prioritized over prolonged detention as a means to address the issues surrounding him. Professor Ibe argued that releasing Kanu would demonstrate magnanimity, statesmanship, and an inclusive attitude towards the Igbo people. Continue Reading>>>>

He further highlighted the potential benefits of Kanu’s release, including promoting national healing, reconciliation, and unity. Professor Ibe suggested that Kanu could be released to a special team comprising representatives from the United Nations and Ohanaeze Ndigbo, as part of the activities marking President Buhari’s valedictory. He also proposed that Kanu, as a royal prince of the Ossah Ancient Kingdom in Abia State, could be enthroned into the vacant throne of his father, which would symbolize a season of renewed hope and possibilities for the reintegration of the Igbo people into the Nigerian nation.

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