Nigerian Comedian, Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye, has said Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, who was re-arrested a few days ago "is just one individual amongst millions who are aggrieved with this country".
He said several other youths are already nurturing the idea of replacing the secessionist leader as his arrest is not the answer to the numerous problems facing the country.
I Go Dye said this in a chat with Vanguard News on Friday.
He insisted that Kanu should be released as the only solution was to give the people good governance.
The comedian said, "We can't stop breeding new monsters. There are already many young men nurturing the mindset of replacing Nnamdi Kanu, good governance is the only solution.
"If the youths are gainfully employed, with three square meals, good healthcare for our aged parents, good roads and sustainable living, Nigerians can go to Sambisa Forest and bring anyone there, dead or alive, who wants to stop this privilege.
"The Federal Government should free #Nnamdikanu and understand that Kanu is just one individual amongst millions of others, who are aggrieved with this country.
I Go Die added, "We can only win back their trust if we extended 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."