By NBF News

The leader of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Delta Central and South Zone, Sir Eze Peter Chukwu, has described the bizarre bombing of the UN Secretariat, Abuja as attack against world peace, security and international development.

According to him, there was no justification for the attack, and called on President Goodluck Jonathan to deal with the perpetrators who are out to wreak havoc on Nigeria and make the country ungovernable for him.

Sir Chukwu who is the Onyeisi Ndigbo in the District expressed deep anger and worries when he addressed newsmen on Thursday in Warri on the unhealthy development.

'It is rather disgraceful and sad that our security system is so porous to the extent that the so called suicide bombers, acting under the aegis of Boko Haram to have found their way into the United Nations Secretariat and perpetrate that heinous and unpardonable crime', said the Ndigbo leader bitterly.

He affirmed the belief that both Boko Haram, Al-Queada and other agents of destruction will surely fail because they have failed in other counties, adding that with the shortest time the so called 'agents of death' will fizzle out.

Sir Chukwu who was two-time President of the pan Igbo Cultural Organisation in Warri, therefore urged President Jonathan to prevail on security agencies to fish out those behind Boko Haram and bring them to Justice.

On whether President Jonathan should dialogue with the sect as a way out of the conflict, the Igbo leader further declared, 'Dialoque is not necessary because these people are faceless people. It is who you see that you can dialogue with but the present circumstance does not call for dialogue because the so called Boko Haram will surely fail'.