- Orji Uzor Kalu has insisted that IPOB members and supporters of Sunday Igboho such as insurgents and bandits deserve an amnesty
- Kalu on Tuesday, September 14th, expressed certainty that this will lead to peace and national unity in Nigeria
- The APC Senator also urged the leaders of the North and South to form an armed force to form that will reduce ethnic tensions in the country
The federal government has been asked to have members grant amnesty to the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) and Sunday Igboho staff.
The call was made by Senator Orji Kalu, the head of the Senate, who believes that this is one of the ways peace can return to Nigeria, reports The Cable.
According to the senator, the government should face solc hen people show the same forbearance as bandits and insurgents in the north.
“I believe in the unity of this country, and I believe this country is better off being in unity Ensure IPOB and supporters of Sunday Igboho amnesty “
In his statement, which also PM News on Tuesday the 14th of the northern region and those of the south to work together for national unity. < / p>
“It is necessary to convene a round table even without this is what the elders can do and the federal government gives their consent.” so that we can have peace in our country. “
IPOB has a huge supply of bombs and other weapons across Nigeria
In the meantime the Presidency said IPOB members had amassed a significant inventory of weapons and bombs across Nigeria.
President Spokesman Garba Shehu said so in a statement released on Wednesday September 1st entitled “Why Amnesty’s Requests should be ignored by the Presidency”.
Shehu’s statement was in response to a report by Amnesty International that bordered on the way security agencies allegedly handled the IPOB debacle in the Southeast.