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"There Are Many Young Men Nurturing The Mindset Of Replacing Kanu"-I Go Dye Reacts To Kanu's Arrest

Top and renowned comedian, Francis Agoda, popularly called, I Go Dye, has spoken out on the arrest of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigerian government. Nnamdi Kanu was arrested on June 27, 2021, and he is now in the custody of the DSS.

In a chat with Vanguard, I Go Dye said arresting the leader is not the answer to end agitation in the country because many young men are already nurturing the mindset to replace Nnamdi Kanu. He added that good governance is the only solution.

He disclosed that if the youths are gainfully employed and are provided with healthcare for the elderly, three square meals, good roads, and sustainable living, Nigerians will be ready to fight anyone who wants to stop the privilege.

He insisted that the Federal Government must free Nnamdi Kanu and understand that he is just one person among millions of aggrieved people who are ready to fill his shoes.

"We can only win back their trust, if we extend a hand of friendship and forgiveness to all concerned. The poor man in Katsina State is faced with the same problem as the poor man in the South East or any other part of the country. We all should add our voices so that the State governors, Legislators, and LGA chairmen could be made to give an account of their stewardship"

It was also reported that I Go Dye had recently written a letter to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami to release the looted fund back to Delta state by the then ex-governor, James Ibori.

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