Marginalization: Don’t resort to violent agitation, NNU tells Ndokwa youths
By Ochuko Akuopha
KWALE-NDOKWA Neku Union, NNU, has told youths of the Ndokwa nation not to resort to violence in their agitation for the development of their communities.
Reacting to the reported protest at Abuja by youths of the Ndokwa nation against their neglect by the Federal Government, President General of NNU, Chief Johnson Opone, said the problem of the marginalization of the ethnic nationality by the government could only be addressed through dialogue and peaceful negotiations.
He disclosed that President Muhammadu Buhari had listened to many demands of the people of Ndokwa which was presented to him, reiterating that the office of the Presidential Amnesty Programme had developed interest in the issues that concerns the area.
He said: “Soon the various demands to the state government and federal government will start to manifest, and the Ndokwa people will appreciate that we have been working.
“We have to give the governments the support they need; violent agitations will not solve it. We will achieve more through dialogue and negotiation.
“It’s only peaceful environment and prudent management of resources that will develop the society, the governments at both levels are doing a lot on this areas. They need our encouragement”.
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