- A political solution to the unrest in the southeast could be on the way, as a high-ranking official in the federal government suggests
- The Supreme Law of Federation Officials and Justice Minister Abubakar Malami recently indicated that the federal government is open to a political solution
- The leaders of the Southeast announced on Friday the 19th what a step towards achieving the President Solution is considered
Aso Rock – Notable leaders from the southeastern geopolitical zones met on Friday the 19th November, with President Muhammadu Buhari in the presidential villa in Abuja.
The newspaper Avantgarde reports that the delegation was led by a respected Igbo elder, the Hon. Mbazulike Amaechi.
Also in attendance are former Governor of Anambra State, Dr. Tagbo Amaechi and Chief Goddy Uwazurike.
Five ministers representing each state in the southeast were also present at the meeting.
The meeting is reportedly not unrelated to the imprisonment of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the indigenous peoples of Biafra (IPOB).
Meanwhile, a report by Nairametrics indicates this that companies around the Federal Court of Justice, Abuja suffers heavy losses if Kanu is brought onto the premises.
On Kanu’s trial dates, vehicle movements are restricted and shops in the area are closed to this to prevent any disruption of the judicial process by elements loyal to the IPOB leader.
Leaders from the Southeast applaud IPOB for canceling Sit-at-Home
Recall that traditional and religious leaders from the Southeast have recently come from the Southeast ch IPOB for the renewed cancellation of sit-at-home orders on Mondays in the region.
Spokesman for the leaders; Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe, His Grace, Reverend Anthony Obinna, His Grace Chibuzo Okpoko, among others, praised IPOB for listening to their appeal to cancel the arrangement of sitting at home.
However, they stated that the difficulties of the lawyers of the IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu before the Federal Court of Justice should be addressed immediately by the federal government.
Mbaka praises IPOB for the cancellation of Monday’s sitting at home in the southeast
Likewise, the spiritual leader, Worship Service Enugu, Nigeria, Rev. Ejike Mbaka praised IPOB for canceling the Monday sit-at-home in the southeastern region.
According to the popular Catholic priest, the weekly exercise became a problem rather than a solution.
The priest also urged the federal government to put Kanu, who is in is in the care of the Department of State Services, disallowed and advised against f that something unpleasant should happen to him there would be more trouble for the country.