It’s not surprising the Ijaw have come out to say any attack on Fubara is an attack on them – According to Daniel

It's not surprising the Ijaw have come out to say any attack on Fubara is an attack on them - According to DanielJournalist Soni Daniel talked about the feud in a recent TVC interview, highlighting the Ijaw National Congress’s (INC) involvement and the growing ethnic tensions. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The Ijaw have sent out a strong threat, saying that attacking Governor Fubara will also target them. Wike and Fubara’s disagreement has been smoldering for a while. The INC’s statement emphasizes the deeply ingrained ethnic ties inside Rivers State’s political system as tensions rise. One of the largest ethnic groups in the area, the Ijaw, have come together in support of Fubara, highlighting their shared identity and solidarity.

In a recent declaration, the INC made it clear that they view any aggression towards Governor Fubara as an affront to the Ijaw people as a whole. This strong stance underscores the importance of Fubara’s leadership to the Ijaw community and their readiness to defend him against political adversaries.

Amid this growing crisis, prominent figures have been urged to intervene. Members of the National Peace Committee, including retired General Abdulsalami Abubakar and the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, are being called upon to help mediate and de-escalate the situation. Their involvement is seen as crucial to preventing further ethnic polarization and conflict

The statement from the Ijaw National Congress is not surprising given the political dynamics in Rivers State. The Ijaw community’s unity in support of Governor Fubara reflects their determination to protect their interests and leadership. As the situation develops, the call for national figures to step in highlights the urgent need for peace and stability in the region.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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