Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU) and its northern counterpart have agreed the split Kaduna into two new states, Nigerian Tribune reports.
Jonathan Asake, president of the SOKAPU made this known during a presentation and defence of their memos at the Senate ad-hoc Committee and the House of Reps Special Committee on the Review of the 1999 Constitution at the judiciary.
Speaking during the presentation, on Wednesday, May 26, the president of the SOKAPU said the wish of southern Kaduna is to have a brand new constitution, not an amended one
According to him, the people who have suffered suppression and oppression for a long time are making their inputs as a people in the absence of a new constitution, Sun News reports.
While defending the memo of the group, Asake went on to note that for over thirty years they have been demanding for a state of our own.
The state called Gurara has captured all states most of our demands proposed in the 2014 Confab.