Restructuring: 'Time For Dialogue Has Expired', Nnamdi Kanu Tells FG
President Muhammadu Buhari and IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The self-acclaimed leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu, says the ‘time for dialogue has expired’ in reference to the restructuring of Nigeria.

Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari had given conditions under which he could consider restructuring.

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The president gave the conditions during an interactive session with Nigerians based in France.

President Buhari said there should be a proper definition of what Nigerians want before the government can delve into restructuring.

“There are too many people talking lazily about restructuring in Nigeria. Unfortunately, people are not asking them individually what do they mean by restructuring? What form do they want restructuring to take?” he had said.

However, in what appears to be a reaction to the President’s statement, Kanu in a tweet on Tuesday stressed that the time for dialogue has expired, noting that Buhari must go and Biafra republic in which he is agitating for, must be restored.

The pro-Biafra activist, who also doubles as the director of radio Biafra tweeted: “At last handlers of Jubril-Buhari in Aso Rock have come to their senses and are considering returning back to the regions as per 1963 Constitution.

“Reopening closed seaports in Biafra-land too. Gimmicks! Time for dialogue has expired. Jubril must go and restored”.

Kanu’s statement comes after vice-president Yemi Osinbajo said good governance was what Nigeria needed to end its socio-economic challenges.