South East governors on Wednesday met with Nnamdi Kanu and other leaders of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB.
Dave Umahi, the Ebonyi state governor, who doubles as the chairman of the forum, told newsmen after the meeting that what was discussed was basicly about peace talk.
According to him, the governors appealed to the leadership of IPOB and other concern citizens to give them the opportunity to address the issues they have raised.
The meeting had the Enugu State governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi; and the Ebonyi State governor, Dave Umahi, in attendance.
Nkem Okeke, deputy governor of Anambra State, represented Governor Willie Obiano.
Umahi, who spoke on the need for an amicable resolution of issues raised by Kanu, said the forum would engage the IPOB leadership in its subsequent meetings.
The governors are in another closed-door meeting to discuss issues of common interest in the region.
By Tony Nwanne
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