– Those behind the attacks and killings in the southeast have been asked to stop and reconsider their actions
– According to former Abia State Governor Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, the relatives and relatives of those killed have been dependent on them
– He went on and called on those behind the attacks to find a fairer way to vote instead of killing fellow human beings
A message was sent to the people behind the killings and attacks on public assets in the southeastern region.
< p class = "align-left"> The message was received from the Senate chief and former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, The Sun. sent newspaper reports.
He urged them to exercise restraint and warned that the repetition of the 1967 genocide would not be tolerated.
Kalu, who complained about the situation, said the Innoc killings are not the Igbo’s kind.
The Senate chief therefore urged them to stop their actions rethink and choose a fairer way to express their grievances.
“The police and military officers killed are fathers, mothers, husbands, Wives, children and relatives. Anyone who has lost a close relative knows what it means to lose parents or children. I am more concerned about the lives that are lost in the impact on families.
< blockquote> “Our people are not known to burn down houses to punish enemies. Destroying police stations and infrastructure Doing things can never be the best way to express complaints. Whenever the civil war of 1967-1970 is mentioned, it is an emotional experience for any peace-loving Nigerian, not just an Igbo man. “
Refrain from further harm
In another report, Jude Idimogu, the lawmaker who represents constituency 2 of Oshodi / Isolo in the Lagos House of Representatives, expressed concern about killings and vandalism of government property in the southeast of the country.
Idimogu, chairman of the state’s House Committee on Employment and Wealth, spoke at a news conference on Friday May 28, accusing Ndigbo of avoiding violence and ensuring that no further destruction is allowed in of the region.
Meanwhile, Major General Obi Umahi retired, the chairman of Ebubeagu, the Southeast Security Committee, has resigned.
The Forum of the Southeastern Governors ure appointed General Umahi to chair the committee on August 31, 2019.