The governorship candidate of the African Democratic Congress in Abia, Bishop Sunday Onuoha, has identified political dialogue as the only way of settling the case of the Independent People of Biafra leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently being detained by the DSS in Abuja.
In a media parley with journalists on Monday in Umuahia, Onuoha noted that a lot of consultation was going on, adding that the matter was one of misunderstanding, which he said was normal.
According to him, “We have had series of meetings and there is nothing like dialogue. We need to find a way of solving it.”
The President of Vision Africa disclosed that he had committed himself to the peace process to avoid another civil war, saying “we have had this (war) before” and it’s ugly experiences.
Speaking on his mission for a ‘New Abia’, Onuoha said he would leverage on security and social welfare package to provide digital economy and information technology transformation as well as transparency and accountability.
Others he said included; international relations development agencies, job creation, youth and women empowerment, agriculture and rural development.
He further disclosed that he would enthrone participatory governance, education for sustainable development, accessible basic health for all, effective trade and commerce as well as use faith missions for community development.