Top Social Icons

Responsive Full Width Ad

Left Sidebar
Left Sidebar
Featured News
Right Sidebar
Right Sidebar

Sunday 16 October 2016

Biafra: Council Of Royal Fathers Demand Immediate Release Of Nnamdi Kanu--The Authority

Sunday 16 October, 2016

His Royal Majesty, Eze Thomas Obiefule, the President of National Council of Royal Fathers in Nigeria has called on the Federal Government to, as a matter of urgen­cy, release the detained Chief Nnamdi Kanu, of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Eze Obiefule who has been on the throne since 1982 as the traditional ruler of Umudioka An­cient Kingdom in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State, said this yesterday during an in­terview with The AU­THORITY on Sunday in Owerri.

He maintained that it is not possible to get a republic within a repub­lic, according to him, “It is important for the Federal Government to release Chief Nnamdi Kanu of IPOB now. As a highly respected tra­ditional ruler, it is un­thinkable to have a re­public within a republic.

Read also:Biafra:Just In! Buhari Ordered My Arrest Because I Freed Nnamdi Kanu and Granted Dasuki Bail--Justice Ademola Reveals~ The Cable

“I am quite certain that the problem of Bi­afra will be amicably re­solved without shooting a bullet. Agitation is part of life and must be con­sidered fundamental, hence once there is life, there must be agitation even within families, of­fices, states and nation­hood.”

The famous tradition­al ruler who expressed satisfaction with the Federal Government’s amnesty strategic ap­proach to Niger Delta militants noted that the National Council of Royal Fathers in their 105th crucial meeting held last week in Abuja, passionately advised the Federal Government on the need to embrace dialogue as a strategic approach of achieving peace and stability in the nation.

Eze Obiefule also cau­tioned against blowing of oil pipes and kidnap­ping of foreigners by the militant group named Avengers noting that it is the bane of the nation’s distressed economy.

Source:The authority

No comments

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Responsive Full Width Ad

Copyright © 2020 The Biafra Times