Log inLog Out
For YouNewsEntertainmentRelationshipLifestyleSportTechnology
Somalia may be child’s play – Akume warns Nigerians

Kamwavah the don

July. 31, 2020

Minister of Special Duties, George Akume, has stressed that Nigeria needs peace to succeed.
Akume was Benue State Governor from 1999 to 2007. He spoke on Thursday at the Thanksgiving Service in honour of Yakubu Pam, Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC).
NAN quoted Akume as warning of the Somalia situation in Nigeria.
The East African country has experienced armed conflict for three decades.
Akume said Nigeria “cannot toil with unity and peace because if our territorial integrity is undermined, Somalia will be a child’s play.”
On security, he noted that there are still issues that must be resolve.
”I know the President is doing quite a lot but the challenges are still there. We don’t have to toil with our unity.”
NEWS: How I prophesied Fasanmi's death, Boko Haram attack on Gov. Zurum, soldier killing colleague - Primate Ayodele
The former Senator advised Pam to liaise with Chritain leaders on peace in Nigeria.
“You are in a very good position working closely with CAN and people of other faith so that together we can reestablish peace,” he said.
Buhari needs prayers - Gowon Benue: Buhari's Minister, Akume, Mike Mku clash at Tor Tiv son's wedding Benue NASS caucus sends strong message to Buhari's minister, Akume for insulting Tor Tiv Hold Akume responsible for renewed influx of armed herdsmen into Benue - PDP Peace Corps preaches strict compliance with COVID-19 guidelines in Nigeria Benue: Buhari's Minister, Akume has vowed to make state ungovernable - Gov. Ortom
Sign in to post a message
You're the first to comment.
Say something
Log in