- Ex-Jonathan aide, Doyin Okupe in his letter to northern group Arewa, said he wish to suggest that a team of patriots from the South should meet with members of the group
- Okupe said he feel that the group term and conditions in his own personal opinion are not unacceptable
- He said he knew because there was a meeting held in Abuja shortly to examine the full details of what the group what
Ex-Jonathan aide, Doyin Okupe has written a letter to northern group Arewa, saying that the group has be appreciated over its patriotism.
NAIJ.com gathered that Okupe wished to congratulate the group members for your esteemed organisation on your recent stand on the above subject matter conceding to support the call for a restructure of the polity.
Okupe said: ‘’Your current position as widely reported in the media is very comforting to all lovers of Nigeria and I personally commend you for this patriotic disposition.
‘’Your terms and conditions in my own personal opinion are not unacceptable, and with the spirit of brotherhood.
''I do believe we have a platform on which we can all put hands together for peaceful resolution and wholesomely acceptable and workable procedural process to attain the above stated objective.
‘’It is my considered opinion that the very sensitive nature of this subject matter makes it difficult for our governments to be in the fore front of finding an acceptable solution without being accused of bias or prejudice.
‘’I wish therefore to suggest that a team of patriots from the South meets with members of your organisation in Abuja shortly to examine the full details of this subject once again.
''I consider our various views and possibly agree on suggestions we can pass to the executive and legislative arms of our democratically elected government.
‘’I humbly submit that you agree that I broker this all important meeting, which should not be later than the first week of July 2017.
‘’Once again let me thank you immensely for your demonstrated goodwill and patriotism in this period of extreme national acrimony and latent rancour.’’
Okube in his closing remark, extended his appreciation to the group members.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that former presidential aide, Doyin Okupe, lambasted the presidency for not taking the issue of Biafra seriously.
Okupe accused the government of pushing the Igbo people to the wall by not treating them fairly in the scheme of things in Nigeria.
He also lashed at the presidency for not inviting the leadership of Indigenous People of Biafra in their recent consultation with leaders of thoughts from the south-east region.
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