Iwuanyawu calls on Buhari to dialogue with B/Haram
A member of the PDP Board of Trustees (BoT), Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to put an end to the Boko Haram crisis by way of dialogue.
He argued that Boko Haram members were not foreigners but Nigerians, hence the need to talk with them to end renewed attacks in the region.
Addressing a delegation of Muslim Students Association of Nigeria, who conferred on him a Peace Ambassador Award at his residence yesterday, in Abuja; Iwuanyanwu said Buhari has averted Nigeria’s division by bringing Boko Haram down.
“But at this point, the Federal Government should find out why these people are really fighting because they are Nigerians. So, the government should dialogue with them because dialogue is a way of addressing the problem. These people are Nigerians so get them and talk to them with a view to changing their mindset because you can’t chase them away from Nigeria,” he said.