Ohanaeze Demand Four Actions From Tinubu …Ask For The 6th S’East State,Release Of Nnamdi Kanu

By Glam & Essence


Following the emergence of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the APC political party as the President-elect of Nigeria,following the results of the just concluded presidential election, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, on Wednesday,have made some demands on the Asiwaju on behalf of the Igbos, in a bid to pacify them
The Secretary-General of Ohaneaze,Okechukwu Isiguzoro,listed their four demands to Tinubu that includes;the unconditional release of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB,as this would restore peace and security in the Southeast.
“We hope Tinubu would grant him a presidential pardon from the Eagles Square during his acceptance speech on May 29 ,or use the power of the presidency to get him released,so as to restore peace and security in the Southeast,”stated the Igbo Chieftain.
He equally said that Tinubu must ensure that the Southeast produces the next Senate President of Nigeria.
Hear him,“Tinubu must start the healing process by ensuring that he balances the Muslim-Muslim ticket by giving a Christian from the Southeast the president of the Senate. Whoever would be the Senate President must not be one of the ranking Senators who don’t have the character to protect the interest of the country.We are calling on the Senate to amend their rules and allow first-timers,because those who are ranking Senators have dubious characters and can’t represent the interest of Ndigbos.”
That’s not all,the Ohanaeze’s chieftain said Tinubu must see to the actualization of the sixth State in the Southeast.
According to Isiguzoro,“this is one promise that Buhari made to us,the Ndigbos secretly,that he would ensure the region gets a sixth State.”
The Ohaneaze Chieftain also said the President-elect must ensure that all the economic gateways across the country,including the reopening of the Calabar wharf, dredging of the Azumiri River,as well as grant IPOB members amnesty, and compensate families killed over the years.
“So Tinubu must pacify the Southeast with four charter of demands for the region to accept him as President of Nigeria, and for Ndigbos to stand tall and defend his mandate.”




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