By Adeola Aderounmu
In Ivory Coast war is brewing. The two presidents are not yielding grounds. There have been reports of violence, attacks and deaths in Ivory Coast.
I am not an expert on Ivory Coast but I’m not impressed with the experiment that the International community will be carrying out in Ivory Coast if a war breaks out. They will be selling weapons to both sides of the conflicts and my brothers and sisters will be killing one another.
Africa, I beg you. Learn from your past mistakes, lay down your arms and talk some sense.
It doesn’t make sense for two brothers to go to war while a foreigner doubles as both the umpire and the coach.
Wake up Ivory Coast. Where is Drogba and the boys. Go to Ivory Coast now and stop the war. You can do this by negotiation and intervention. Do it anyway you like.
Jos: War can become full blown..!
The recent images of Jos that I saw show that the state may be on the brink of a full scale religious war.
The people of Jos do not trust one another anymore and the situation has seriously deteriorated. Nigerian media houses are not doing enough to report the current situation and the nature of the problems-the complex religious-political volatile mix.
The war is almost certainly going to continue because of the elections coming up this year.
I don’t see how the governor of Plateau state-one clown called Jang-can prevent the forthcoming devastations.
It is a known fact that the military men that are supposed to see to the peace of Jos have been involved in the killing of the citizens of Jos.
Instead of dealing with the war that can eventually destroy the entity called Nigeria, the useless PDP in Nigeria is busy holding primary convention in Abuja.
On several occasions I have mentioned that Jonathan needs to go to Jos and spend 2 weeks or more to dwell among the people of Jos. The solution must be found and for all time.
The war in Jos is still on a small scale. The governor has failed and the Nigerian authorities are treating the war like violence or uprisings. This is a very serious mistake.
A wise man holds the fish by the head.