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Wednesday, 13 September 2017

MUST READ: IPOB versus Nigerian Army: APC Releases Statement Over Recent Violence in Abia State

The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has discharged an announcement over the conflict between the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, and officers of the Nigerian Army.

In an announcement marked by the National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, Bolaji Abdullahi, on Wednesday, the decision party has called for quiet finished late conflicts by IPOB and Nigerian military in Abia State.

APC asked individuals from IPOB, Nigerian fighters, writers and other required to practice restriction as each gathering "owe the peace and solidarity of our dear nation to the present and unborn eras.

"The Party additionally laments the occurrence at the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Secretariat in Umuahia, Abia State capital, where a few columnists were struck. Honorably, the Nigerian Army has offered its statement of regret and is researching the issue.

"While the gathering demands that security offices must hold fast to globally-stipulated principles of engagements and laws overseeing their operations, we should allow our security offices to lead their sacred parts of securing lives and property without impediment and incitement.

"We additionally call on residents, social analysts, media influences and different partners to be cautious and aware of their articulations on the conflicts. Feeding pressures by prompting articulations despise discourse and all different types of dreadful promulgation will just push the nation to the cliff,'' the announcement read to some extent.

While stressing the need to dodge inner wars, the gathering ordered bothered residents to guarantee their disturbances are serene and legal.

"We should not respect components pounding the drumbeats of war. We should talk and go to bat for serene concurrence on our online networking stages, spots of love and all other open spaces we have a place.

"The gathering repeats its conviction that it is to our greatest advantage to help and stay unflinching to the reason for an assembled Nigeria."

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