We’ll deploy our arsenals to negotiate for peace in Ebonyi- GPMI

The continues attacks in Ebonyi State has been described as wicked, inhuman and a calculated attempt by enemies of Nigeria and the state to make a war zone.

Describing this in London on Friday, President General Global Peace Movement International UK, Dr Mike Uyi said it is unfortunate some people are hell bent on bringing the growing state down for their selfish reasons.

Uyi condemns in strong terms the barbaric act that is going on in Ebonyi and urge the pepetreitors to stop their evil plots as it will only destroy the furtunes of the state.

“Ebonyi State has over the years been adjudged to be the most peaceful state in the South Eastern Nigeria. It is sad today that some persons have decided to make the state unbearable for its citizens”.

” Whatever the case may be, We at the Global Peace Movement International UK are warning the evil plotters to stop this evil against humanity and let the state enjoy it’s peace again”

“We feel so sad that this kind of thing should happen in Ebonyi, we feel so worried for our country Nigeria and we are short of words”.

“Global Peace Movement International is set to meet with the governors of Ebonyi, Anambra states and other stakeholders to discuss how to end this madness”.

“We have track records on peaceful negotiations in some countries of the world like Iraq and Yoghuslavia among other countries. Once we get an official invitation from the governors of the South East, we shall deploy all our arsenals of peaceful negotiations and we are sure peace will return to Ebonyi State and the whole south east”, he said.

Uyi commended Governor David Umahi and his counterpart in Anambra state, Willie Obiano for their unprecedented infrastructure development in the state despite the critical situation in the two states.

“GPMI is congratulating Governor willie Obiano of Anambra State for his achievements in securing Airport in a historical way with Air Peace as a Pioneer In modern Aviation”.

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