The former Chief Judge of Anambra State, Peter Umeadi, has recommended the most effective approach for resolving the case of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). Umeadi suggests that the best way to address Kanu’s case is through political means rather than legal ones. Speaking to journalists in Abuja on Sunday, Umeadi, who is also a 2023 presidential candidate for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), believes that securing Kanu’s release could bring an end to the ongoing insecurity in the Southeast.
In Umeadi’s words: “The issue of insecurity in the South East is currently a significant concern, as has been widely acknowledged. If it is successfully resolved, that would be a positive outcome.
However, if it remains unresolved, we must explore alternative reasons for its persistence. At this juncture, the consensus is that the matter of Nnamdi Kanu should be treated as a political issue rather than a legal one. Therefore, if he regains his freedom, it may potentially lead to the resolution of the current situation in the South East.”
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