“I am a friend of the press, but it is time they leave me alone. You can’t just publish news about me without verifications. We have many good journalists in the country, but several others just want to sell their papers and stories with sensational headlines. How can you rewrite 21st century to 20th century just to sell your news? He questioned
While responding to questions on the recent altercation between members of IPOB with security personnel in Enugu recently, Kalu said he is an ardent believer of unified Nigeria.
According to him, “Nigerians are so entangled with each other that we can’t talk about separation. We are a United country and our focus should be on taking advantage of our population to build a stronger economy.
“We have reached to a point where all Nigerians should be canvassing for strong institution where rule and order are observed; where the hardware and software components of a democratic nation are comprehensively promoted.
“If federal government permits me, I will go to United Kingdom and negotiate with Nnamdi Kanu to return to Nigeria.
“I will convince him to drop the agitation for Biafra because our people don’t need it.
We need a united Nigeria that will allow different cultures and tongues to live peacefully in any part of the country. A country where people can comfortably do their businesses without fear of the unknown,” He said.
Meanwhile, Kalu has reiterated his support and loyalty to president Muhammadu Buhari and leadership of the All Progressives Congress, revealing that Buhari and the APC has continued to give his best to the country amidst challenges.
He also thanked the president for the infrastructural development he has extended to the South East and urged all Nigerians to continue to support the president’s agenda.