Ohaneze youths begs President buhari to grant nnamdi kanu presidential pardon.
The famous south eastern group known as ohaneze ndi Igbo through her youth wing has pleaded with the President of the federal republic of Nigeria Muhammadu buhari to grant the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra nnamdi kanu presidential pardon. This plea is coming after the order by the federal high court seeking the re arrest of the leader. The president of the youth wing Okechukwu isiguzoro pleaded with Mr president, stating that re arresting the young man will cause another chaos in the south eastern part of the country. He stated that the Igbo people already has enough crisis affecting them like the Fulani herdsmen case. He begged the president to use his power as the father of the nation to reverse the order for peace to reign as many lives were lost the last time he was arrested.
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