South-East Senators have disclosed the take home from the meeting the caucus had with the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.
This was disclosed to newsmen in Abia state by the chairman of the South-East Senate Caucus, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, in whose house the meeting between the senators and Kanu, together with some members of the IPOB group, held.
Senators besides Abaribe in attendance, were Mao Ohuobunwa, Sam Egwu, Utazi Chukwuka and others.
Abaribe told newsmen it was agreed at the meeting that IPOB would let their actions conform with Nigeria’s laws and avoid any form of violence and abuse of the rights of other Nigerians.
“I thank Kanu for assuring (the caucus) to conduct his members in a peaceful manner and within the armbits of the law.
“This engagement is a continuous process that will lead us to find a lasting solution to whatever grievances that necessitated the agitations in Nigeria.
“The caucus will accordingly meet as soon as we resume from recess to continue the engagement for the good of our people and our dear country. All of us desire equality, equity, fairness in a peaceful and united Nigeria,” Abaribe said.