Apologise to President Buhari now - Igbo youths tell Nnamdi Kanu

Apologise to President Buhari now - Igbo youths tell Nnamdi Kanu

- The Igbo Youth Assembly (IYA) worldwide ask Nnamdi Kanu to immediately apologise for his conducts against the Muhammadu Buhari administration

- The group states that Kanu’s conducts contradict the customs, traditions and cultural values of Igbo as a people

- The youths note that President Buhari’s administration had recorded so much transformation in the areas of infrastructure and road construction

The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has been asked by the Igbo Youth Assembly (IYA) worldwide to immediately apologise to President Muhammadu Buhari for consistently abusing his administration.

Daily Trust reports that Ifeanyi Nwaudunna, the president-general of the group in a statement described Kanu’s actions against Buhari’s administration as rude and irresponsible.

The group said such conducts by Kanu should not be passed to the younger generation because it contradicts the customs, traditions and cultural values of Igbo as a people.

“Such acts of rudeness and irresponsibleness of Nnamdi Kanu should not be passed to the younger generation because it contradicts the customs, traditions and cultural values of Igbo as a People.

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The youths said for the leader of the proscribed group to have his peace at Afara-Ukwu Umuhia Abia state, he should immediately apologise to President Muhammadu Buhari.

As such, with immediate effect, IYA Worldwide mandates Nnamdi Kanu to appologise to President Muhammadu Buhari and have his peace at Afara-Ukwu Umuhia Abia state," the group said.

The IYA said President Buhari’s administration had recorded so much transformation in the areas of infrastructure and road construction such as, Enugu – Port Harcourt Express Way, Lagos – Ibadan Expressway, Airports re-construction across the country, the Second Niger Bridge and the laudable fight against corruption and insurgency in the country.

Meanwhile, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has ruled that the arrest and detention of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigerian government were lawful.

The court while delivering its ruling on a suit by Kanu, alleging torture, assault, inhuman treatment and the violation of his property rights by the Nigerian government said the actions of the former were not unlawful or arbitrary.

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In the judgement delivered on Wednesday, December 11, Justice Dupe Atoki, said the plaintiff had the locus standi (legal capacity) to approach the court for the alleged violation of his human rights.

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