The resolution is a death sentence – Rivers elders to Fubara

The elders and leaders in Rivers State have sent a serious warning to Governor Siminalayi Fubara.

They warned him against implementing President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s eight-point resolution.

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The elders and leaders described the resolution as “a death sentence” saying that it is a biased agreement in favour of the FCT minister, Nyesom Wike.

The message which was contained in two open letters on December 24, 2023, was addressed to President Tinubu and Fubara.

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“For us, as custodians of the Rivers people’s conscience and morality, we find the directive resolution document lopsided and skewed in favour of the interest of your current minister, Nyesom Wike, to the detriment of the governor, Sir Siminalayi Fubara, the governance of the state and the interest of the generality of the good people of Rivers State,”

Governor Fubara was seriously criticized over plan to implement the resolution, stating that the Presidential Peace Proclamation is not as bad as being portrayed.

“That proclamation is actually a death sentence as it breaches all legal and constitutional rights you swore to uphold. Mr. Governor, you also stated in your broadcast that the document offers a way and means of peace: Peace at what cost?”

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