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FEMI FALANA

Falana Asks Obasanjo to Apologise to Nigerians over deployment of military to invade communities under his administration

Human rights lawyer, FEMI FALANA, has called on former President OLUSEGUN OBASANJO to apologise to Nigerians over the deployment of the military to invade communities under his administration.

The Senior Advocate of Nigeria, while criticising OBASANJO for urging President BUHARI to negotiate with the embattled leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, NNAMDI KANU, said the administration led by the former President clamped down on agitators.

OBASANJO had in a recent interview with the Newsweek Magazine advised President BUHARI to negotiate with NNAMDI KANU to curb the secessionist agitations instead of the deployment of soldiers to the South-East.

FALANA, in a statement titled ‘IPOB Proscription and Hypocrisy of the Ruling Class,’ recalled that the OBASANJO-led administration detained and tried leaders of secessionist movements.

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