Presidential candidate of the Young Progressives Party, YPP, Kingsley Moghalu, has explained how he intends to end agitation for Biafra if elected president of Nigeria on February 16.
Moghalu while speaking during the presidential debate organized by the Nigeria Election Debate Group and the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria, said that practice of inclusive governance would end Biafra agitation.
He explained that the reason there has been agitation for Biafra was because people from certain sections of the country feel they were not carried along.
He, however, promised to practice all-inclusive governance if elected, noting that a huge percentage of the armed forces come from a particular section of the country.
Moghalu said: “If every Nigerian is given a sense of belonging, federating nationalities won’t be agitating for Biafra and separation from Nigeria.”