Militant leaders sign fresh accord on Nigeria’s peace
by Johnkennedy Uzoma
Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, former security adviser (CSO) to late Head of State, Sani Abacha; the leader of Niger Delta Volunteer Force (NDVF) Dokobo Asari; MASSOB leader Ralph Uwazuruike and founder of Odua People’s Congress Dr.
Fredrick Fashaun have threatened to henceforth expose any personality that would create ugly scenarios in the country no matter how highly place. The organizations represented by their leaders cutting across all the geopolitical zones in the country, made the threats after rising from their meeting where certain issues concerning the future of the country were deliberated. They resolved to take drastic stand against anybody irrespective of how influential and wealthy he may be. The communiqué issued yesterday in Owerri and jointly endorsed by Al-Mustapha, Asari, Uwazuruike, Fashaun and other 23 leaders insisted that they would not allow themselves to be used by anybody to cause disaffection or mayhem amongst innocent citizens in the country. They maintained that the interest of the nation should at all times supersede any primordial sentiment be it ethnic, religious and regional.