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Buhari’s Apology: Simon Ekpa As Buhari To Free Nnamdi Kanu, Demilitarise South East

Simon Ekpa, a divisive pro-Biafra separatist activist, has responded to President Muhammadu Buhari’s apology to Nigerians.

Buhari had pleaded for forgiveness from Nigerians on Friday, especially from those he might have harmed while performing his duty.

But in a statement on Sunday, Ekpa outlined six actions that Buhari must take to ease the suffering that his administration had brought upon Nigerians.

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The self-styled Prime Minister of the Biafra Republic Government in Exile reminded Buhari of the untold hardship and pain inflicted on the indigenous people of the country in a message titled “Rebuttal of Open Apology to Nigerians You Offended While In Office.”


He asserted that Buhari must release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from custody in order for his apology to be accepted seriously.

Finland-based Ekpa added that Buhari should demilitarise the South East for lasting peace to reign in the region.

“President Mohammadu Buhari, if you are serious and sincere with your apologies and you want us to take you seriously:

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“Free Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from your illegal detention unconditionally; demilitarise Biafra territory for lasting peace; grant a referendum for a bloodless exit of Biafra and other trapped nationalities from Nigeria.

“Free all Biafran agitators held by your DSS and other security agencies; grant Eastern state governors license to operate International Airports and Sea ports and expel all terrorist you brought into Nigeria and rewarded with positions in the military for killing indigenous Nigerians”, he said.



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