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June 12: Group urges establishment of National Commission for Reconciliation, Rehabilitation



Ndigbo Unity Forum (NUF), a skillet Igbo socio-political gathering, has required the setting-up of a National Commission for Reconciliation, Rehabilitation, and Re-development to deal with age-long debates, complaints, and betrayals. The President of NUF, Mr. Augustine Chukwudum, decided on Wednesday while addressing the News Agency of Nigeria on the affirmation of June 12 as Democracy Day.

Chukwudum, be that as it may, commended President Muhammadu Buhari for starting the procedure of veritable and enthusiastic national recuperating. He noticed that the commission, which was propounded by previous Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon, would help in recovering the country of complaints and past mix-ups of the country’s heads. As per him, issues as far back as 1960 and later issues that caused pressure and contrasts ought to be dealt with by the commission. “Buhari should make a stride further by welcoming Prof.

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Humphrey Nwosu to report the aftereffects of 1993 June 12 Presidential Election formally and lawfully and intrinsically proclaim Chief M.K.O. Abiola as President-elect. “Abiola ought to be agreed all advantages gathering to the workplace and his picture ought to be put other than other previous presidents and heads of state in Aso Rock,” he said. As indicated by him, NUF will interest our dear president to accord national distinctions and deify the individuals who paid preeminent penance battling and fomenting for de-abrogation of June 12 Presidential decision.

Chukwudum additionally asked the government at all dimensions to oblige and guarantee the intrigue and prosperity of all areas of the nation both in sharing social arrangements, political workplaces, and duties. “Abiola’s triumph is a reasonable sign that nationalism, liberality, and resistance pays. We should esteem, grasp, soak up it and get rid of regional, narrow-minded intrigue and religious leanings,” he said.