The Southern Kaduna Elders Forum (SOKAF), led by Zamani Lekwat, a former military governor of Rivers state, has broken its silence over the killings and wanton destruction in the area, calling on
President Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to take urgent steps to stop the spate of killings occurring in Southern Kaduna.
The appeal was made by the The Southern Kaduna Elders Forum (SOKAF), led by Zamani Lekwat, a former military governor of Rivers state.
The Forum made this known today in a statement, while noting that it cannot continue to sit and fold it hands, as the violence continues.
It noted that the continuous violence “portends a bleak future for generations yet unborn”.
The president was further urged to call Nasir el-Rufai, the governor, to order.
“Southern Kaduna has been in the eye of the storm over the incessant attacks and massive destruction of lives and property in the past few weeks,” the statement read.
“As elders of the area and indeed Kaduna state, we are greatly disturbed by the unfolding tragedy ripping across our land. We cannot, therefore, afford to continue sitting and folding our arms in the face of the violence that portends a bleak future for future generations.” It Read.
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