Advertisements
Advertisements
Advertisements
Home Inside Niger Delta Bayelsa PANDEF sues for peace in Bayelsa

Related Posts

Agbarha people celebrate Agbassa juju festival with eminent personalities in attendance

By Ruth Oromoni & Success Yanki The oil city of Warri was in a festive mood as the people of the ancient Urhobo Kingdom of...

Okowa to Delta communities – Eschew bloodshed over land

By Faith Madogwe  Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has charged people of the state to eschew hostilities occasioned by land disputes, as no amount of...

NNPC/CNL JV, EGCDF Commission N564m Projects in Egbema, Gbaramatu communities

By Ebi Oboko & Loveth Ojogun The Egbema Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation (EGCDF), a Community Based Organisation sponsored by the  NNPC/Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL)  Joint...

[BREAKING] GbaramatuVoice 6th Niger Delta Awards to hold in Lagos, calls for nominations

By Ebi Perekeme  Niger Delta is a region replete with men and women of valour, who have done very well in shaping the demands of...

Gbaramatu Youth Council Holds General Meeting On Way Forward in Kantu Community 

By Ebi Oboko As part of their continuing contribution to the development of Gbaramatu kingdom, the Gbaramatu Youth Council (GYC), the apex youth body of...

Featured Artist

PANDEF sues for peace in Bayelsa

By Ebi Perekeme

Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF has appealed to the people of Bayelsa State to accept the judgement of the Supreme Court in good faith. Those who may be incensed by the judgement should not do anything that would cause public disorder in the State, a statement issued and signed by Hon. Ken Robinson, National Publicity Secretary and PRO Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, Feb. 14, said.

According to the statement, “We sue for calm and peace.

‘We implore politicians on both sides of the divide to exercise restraint in their utterances, while urging the youths of Bayelsa State not to allow themselves to be used by political opportunists.”

PANDEF therefore called on President Muhammadu Buhari to ensure that the rule of law was respected in the development in Bayelsa State, and that nobody, no matter how highly placed, was allowed to conduct himself or herself in a way that could undermine public peace in Bayelsa State.

PANDEF further called on political leaders in Bayelsa State and indeed the Niger Delta region to put their differences aside and work together to ensure that the peace and stability of the region was not compromised following the development in Bayelsa State.

Latest Posts

Agbarha people celebrate Agbassa juju festival with eminent personalities in attendance

By Ruth Oromoni & Success Yanki The oil city of Warri was in a festive mood as the people of the ancient Urhobo Kingdom of...

Okowa to Delta communities – Eschew bloodshed over land

By Faith Madogwe  Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has charged people of the state to eschew hostilities occasioned by land disputes, as no amount of...

NNPC/CNL JV, EGCDF Commission N564m Projects in Egbema, Gbaramatu communities

By Ebi Oboko & Loveth Ojogun The Egbema Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation (EGCDF), a Community Based Organisation sponsored by the  NNPC/Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL)  Joint...