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E News: Release Nnamdi Kanu, create 6th S’East state – Ohanaeze makes four demands from Tinubu

 As May 29 approaches in Nigeria, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo set four requests on Wednesday for President-elect Bola Tinubu to fulfill in order to appease Igbos.

Nnamdi Kanu, the head of IPOB, should be unconditionally released, according to Okechukwu Isiguzoro, secretary general of Ohanaeze.

Isiguzoro predicted that Kanu's release will bring back stability and tranquility to the region.

He pointed out that Tinubu must see to it that the next Senate President of Nigeria comes from the Southeast.

The Ohanaeze chieftain told DAILY POST that Tinubu must see to it that the Southeast's sixth state becomes a reality.

Isiguzoro asserts that Tinubu is a progressive and a strategist; his administration will differ from Buhari's.

"The only issue Tinubu has is age on his side, and the majority of those who prevented Buhari from succeeding are lining up behind him due to some of the difficulties he would face after the 2023 election.

For the Southeast to accept Tinubu as President of Nigeria and for Ndigbos to stand tall and protect his mandate, the Southeast must be placated with four demands.

The first is that Tinubu must unconditionally release Nnamdi Kanu in order to restore peace and security in the Southeast, regardless of whether he pardons him during his victory speech from Eagles Square or uses the power of the presidency to secure his release.

Second, Tinubu must ensure that he balances the Muslim-Muslim ticket by appointing a Christian from the Southeast as senate president in order to begin the healing process. The Senate President should not be a senior senator who lacks the moral fiber to defend the national interest.

"Since the ranking Senators have questionable backgrounds and are unable to speak for Ndigbos' interests, we are requesting that the Senate change its rules to permit newcomers.

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