A human rights activist and author, Comrade Paul Ikechukwu Njoku, has released a strong vent, suggestions and proposal to President Muhamadu Buhari, Southeast governors and the Inspector General of Police on a best way to forestall insecurity in Nigeria especially in the Southeast.
In his submission, Comrade Paul wrote:
Let me make it clear to all that the insecurity in Nigeria especially in the Southeast region where I hail from can be tackled if the President Muhamadu Buhari-led administration is interested and determined to tackle it devoid of divisiveness, hate, bitterness, tribalism, religion and unprecedented bigotry in a supposed one-Nigeria.
No doubt, President Buhari has abysmally failed to proof that he “belongs to everybody and belongs to nobody”.
Please, consider the below items:
1) I condemn the senseless killings in Nigeria especially in the Southeast as it remains allien to our Igbo heritage and anthropology to kill fellow human beings. It is a taboo to behead somebody in our land.
2) The killings seem political and an organised infiltration.
3) Based on my curious and hypothetical research and observation, Nnamdi Kanu-led IPOB leadership have openly vowed and sworn that they are not responsible for the unwarranted killings. I however need more cognitive processes, dissonance, engagement and scientific disagreement to arrive to a workable conclusion.
4) I am preparing a document challenging the Southeast governors and IPOB leadership to officially write the Buhari goverment and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) in dialogue and synergy through their legal teams to collaborate with other security forces in order to identify, arrest and prosecute those murdererous criminal elements in the Southeast.
5) My hypothesis in the document obviously created many variables to verify if IPOB is on the falsehood or not.
6) The document includes an application to the Buhari goverment to allow Nnamdi Kanu entertain his freedom of speech by making a broadcast from the DSS to his followers and IPOB leadership hence their denial of complicity. This is to arrive to a significant conviction to the crisis. If the Buhari goverment refuses my document, my speculation would have been valid to the world.
7) I plan to submit the document to a certain retired Army General from the Southeast and beg him to evaluate it and advise accordingly.
Paul Ikechukwu Njoku
(Human Rights Activist)
October 1, 2021