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I’m Ready To Stand Surety To Secure Nnamdi Kanu’s Release – Soludo

Nnamdi Kanu

Nnamdi Kanu

Anambra State Governor, Professor Charles Soludo has come out to say that the release of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu is critical to conversation regarding the security of the South-East.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, if the detained IPOB leader cannot be released unconditionally, he (Kanu) should be released to him personally as he is ready to stand surety.

He then appreciated the FG’s intervention in the South-East crises through its kinetic approach, noting that the non-kinetic approach has to be explored to complement the efforts of the security forces.

His words, “He would receive that letter in a few days’ time. And I’m very serious about this, because it is not just something personal, it’s not about Chukwuma Charles Soludo, it’s not about me or governance. It is about the lives, security, and prosperity of the entire South-East.

“See, we need to be serious and get into this conversation. We want this election to go peacefully in the South-East. We want everybody to participate. We want peace and security to return. We want long term transformation of this place for us to become very secured and prosperous component or Nigeria. But you need all the stakeholders around the table.

“Now, I thank the President for his assistance to the security agencies, with what they call the kinetic approach. You know, the force, the shooting, the military, all the armed forces and security forces, they have been doing a great job in helping us. But we need to bring this thing to a sustainable conclusion. Shooting is one way of solving it. The non-kinetic approach is what would also complement this, and we want this thing to be fast tracked in a manner to bring it to a close.

“There is someone who is critical in this conversation. We need him around the table, because we also believe since he’s, I mean coming from this part of the country, things we hear about the agitations, tell us that they are also concerned about the prosperity of the South-East. But we cannot have sustainable prosperity, if we do not have sustainable security, and to have that sustainable security we need the critical forces around the table.”

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