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Biafra, Oduduwa: Why Buhari should give Sunday Igboho, Nnamdi Kanu pardon – Methodist Prelate


The Prelate of Methodist Church Nigeria, His Eminence, Dr. Samuel Chukwuemeka Kanu-Uche, has asked the President Muhammadu Buhari-drove Federal Government to concede acquittal to secessionists like Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu.

Kanu-Uche said conceding Igboho and Kanu reprieve would stop the unsettling for self-assurance in the Southern piece of the country.

Tending to newsmen in Abuja, the pastor said the Federal Government should contact noticeable Nigerians who have the listening ears of these secessionists.

Kanu-Uche additionally swore to assist the Federal Government with arranging secessionists in the Southeast.

He said famous money manager, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu ought to be associated with the exchange in the Southeast.

“Allow government likewise to offer reprieve to Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Adeyemo, and say ‘come, let us discourse’.

“I have elected to exchange with Christians from the South-East, let the Federal Government include me and individuals like Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu.

“It isn’t so much that that we are important for the commotion for withdrawal, however we realize how to converse with our kin. Allow them to include a portion of the remarkable Bishops,” he said.

Igboho is locked away by Beninese security specialists following his capture.

The Yoruba country instigator was captured in Cotonou while attempting to get onto a trip to Germany.

This was after he escaped Nigeria, after he was pronounced needed by the Department of State Services, DSS.

On his part, Kanu is secured by the DSS in Nigeria after his rearrest and bringing home in Kenya.

He is booked to show up before Justice Binta Nyako of an Abuja Federal High Court on October 21 for continuation of his preliminary for injustice.

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