Mrs Ojukwu noted that doing so would help resort to peace especially in the South-East geo-political zone adding that “no nation that holds its people hostage can ever have peace.”
The purpose of the committee is to seek a restorative justice approach for truth telling or real facts, for the healing of the victims of the violence.
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“I have written a letter of apology to Governor Soludo. As a peaceful person that I am well known for, violence has never been in my character.”
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Mrs Ojukwu said she issued a dirty slap to the relentless former first lady after she attempted to remove her headgear.
“We cannot afford to be disgraced in the red chambers of Abuja, please stop her thirst for the seat now for your good image.”
The incident occurred immediately after Mr Soludo took his oath of office.
Mrs Ojukwu said that the clamour for secession is a direct consequence of perceived inequality in distribution of resources and political appointments in the country.
“APGA is now like a secret cult, and this has reduced our once vibrant party to a shadow of its former self,” she lamented.