Senate Chief Whip, Orji Kalu, has stated that he is willing to stand surety for the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra,Nnamdi Kanu if he is released.
He spoke on Political Paradigm, a recorded Channels Television programme, that was aired on Tuesday
The former Abia governor said he could either keep him at his Abuja house or in Abia, where he would advise him.
“I will stand surety for him if the federal government wants to release him to me. I can keep him in my compound here in Abuja or Igbere (in Abia) and counsel him,” the senator said.
“I made his father the traditional ruler of their place when I was governor. I’m close to them but they didn’t listen to me but that will not make me abandon them.
“I will not abandon them.”