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Ohaneze Ndigbo Demands Release Of Nnamdi Kanu To Restore Peace In SouthEast

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Ohaneze Ndigbo Demands Release Of Nnamdi Kanu To Restore Peace In SouthEast

Ohaneze Ndigbo, an Igbo foremost socio-cultural body. Stated that the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu. Must be released from detention to restore peace and security in the South-East.

iexclusivenews reports that on Thursday in Enugu. The Ohaneze published a statement after a one-day meeting of the group’s imeobi (highest decision-making organ).

This online news outlet understands that the communique was signed by its President-General, Professor George Obiozor.

Ohaneze stated that the release of Mr. Kanu and other Igbo youths being detained for different alleged offenses. Remained the first crucial step towards restoring peace and security in the zone.

iexclusivenews Nigeria reports that Ohaneze stated that Mr. Kanu’s case could be resolved through dialogue.

It denounced the zone’s deteriorating security situation. Stating that all hands must be on deck to bring it to an end.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been in government custody since June 2021. When he was kidnapped in Kenya.

And charged with treason and terrorism. His case has been moving at a snail’s pace.

However, iexclusivenews reports that the group also looked into the country’s current electoral systems ahead of the 2023 general elections.

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As a result, it called for more efforts to inform Igbos about the need of voter registration.

The group also looked into the country’s current electoral systems ahead of the 2023 general elections.

As a result, it urged for more efforts to educate Igbos about the necessity of voter registration.

It emphasized the need of people of voting age obtaining their Permanent Voter Cards in their respective communities.

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The meeting also authorized Mr. Obiozor to form a Political Action Committee to assist in obtaining the desired outcome on topics highlighted at the imeobi conference, according to the communiqué..

Only Mr. Obiozor and the group’s Secretary-General, Okey Emuchay, are authorized to make official remarks on behalf of the organization, according to the communiqué.

“We applaud the current leadership’s efforts to steer the ship of Ohaneze,” the communique continued, “and ask all Igbo nation to give it the support it deserves.”

 

 

 

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