Kukah to the FG: Now it’s time to settle out of court with Nnamdi Kanu.
NewsReport gathered that Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has been charged by the Bishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese, Matthew Kukah, to settle out of court with the Federal Government of Nigeria.
The violence occurring in Nigeria’s Southeast area, according to Kukah, may be averted if the Federal Government and Southeast leaders work together.
According to Kukah, the sit-at-home tactics adopted by IPOB would not solve the situation, as it would further entrench poverty in the region.
He asked the people in the Southeast to learn from what is happening in the north and decide if that was what they wanted.
“You told people to sit at home and they must eat. You told people not to do things, but what is their reward? The something is that when it entered a situation when brothers kill brothers every day, it means the people are not using their head,” he said.
Kukah said agitation was not a bad thing, but that he did not under the kind of agitation by IPOB, saying that the best thing they should have done was to join politics and vote their people into power to fight their matter.