State governors in southern Nigeria will hold its second meeting in Lagos tomorrow Monday July 5 where they are expected to take decisions on the arrest and prosecution of IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Adeyemo also known as Sunday Igboho.
Kanu was arrested and brought to the country last week while operatives of DSS attacked Igboho’s Ibadan residence where guns were claimed to have been recovered. Some Yoruba groups and prominent individuals have condemned the attack, describing it as a crude method to silence the Yoruba nation campaigner.
The meeting, which will hold at Lagos House, Marina, Lagos will have governors of the 17 states in southern Nigeria in attendance.
The meeting comes after the one held in Asaba, the Delta State capital two months ago where they took some far-reaching decisions as a bloc in Nigeria. The governors adopted ati-open grazing position as a panacea to the farmer-herder clashes as well as killing and kidnapping by killer herdsmen across southern Nigeria.
They are also expected to discuss the newly passes Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) which some communities have opposed. Oil is being explored in the three subregions of South West, South South and South East.