Catholic Archbishop hails plans to release Kanu and Orkar
Labels: South East Region
Catholic Archbishop of Lagos Metropolitan see, Most Rev. Alfred Adewale Martins Thursday marked the fourth anniversary of his enthronement as the archbishop of Lagos, expressing delight of the President Muhammedu Buhari's administration proposal to release IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, MEND leader, Henry Orkar and others in other to broker peace across the nation.
Addressing newsmen after the Holy Mass at the Holy Cross Cathedral in Lagos, the archbishop who took a cursory look at his very challenging four years voyage as archbishop, he took a look at the state of the nation, maintaining that the proposal was a cherry news because no sacrifice is too much to be made for the continuous peaceful existence of this country.
"We owe our children and generation unborn the responsibility of building a great nation where every citizen can live in peace and given the ennoblement to participate meaningfully to the growth and development of the larger society," he noted.