IPOB: Nnamdi Kanu’s 2017 Eight Demands Revealed

The family of the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has said governors of the South-East have failed to present the eight-point demands of their son from their 2017 meeting to the Federal Government.

Prince Emmanuel Kanu, spokesman for the IPOB leader’s family said this in Umuahia on Wednesday.

He went on to reveal the demands which were made when Kanu met with South-East Governors and Ohanaeze Ndigbo leaders in Enugu shortly before the September 2017 military raid on his Umuahia family home, reports Vanguard.

The demands include:

1. Making Enugu International airport a grade one airport so that passengers can fly in without stopovers in Lagos or Abuja.
2. Dredging of River Niger.
3. Upgrading Owerri airport to a functional cargo airport.
4. Operating Port Harcourt, and Calabar seaports at full capacity.
5. Revival of moribund industries in the South East and South-South to provide job opportunities.
6. Functional rail lines in South-East and South-South regions.
7. Provision of good primary health care system.
8. Provision of Steady electricity supply.

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