NINAS NEWS Edwin Tech  

Please, let's give peace a chance – Blueprint Newspapers Limited – Blueprint newspapers Limited


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
Every day people wake up to one news of insecurity or the other. Tune into television or pick up the newspaper, the major headlines center on Boko Haram, bandits, kidnappers, IPOB and so on. Lives are lost on a daily basis, man slaughtering fellow man like animals. Families are displaced and turned homeless, children turned orphans, wives turned widows, dreams shattered and means of livelihood jeopardized.

Able bodied men are rendered useless, running helter skelter in search of shelter. What is life without peace? No place in Nigeria is spared of the bloodshed. The farmers/herders clashes have continued to persist.
The food basket of the nation is becoming hungry. No farmer dares go to farm. Food inflation is on the increase and our people are suffering. For the sake of these poor Nigerians, Fulani herdsmen, please embrace peace.

Look at how much we are spending on guns. Money meant for development is being used to purchase arms and ammunition. Many have been relegated to camps. Our security men fall almost every minute, these are children, husbands and fathers of innocent Nigerians. For the sake of these poor souls, Boko Haram, I beg you to drop your guns.

When two elephants fight, the grass suffers. Schools in Zamfara state have been closed till further notice. The future of the pupils and the students is now on a standstill. Kidnapped victims are held up for ransom thereby forcing their families to sell off properties for settlement.

Why make the poor to become poorer? No wonder, Thomas Hobbes said that man is an enemy of man. Bandits, I beg you to please have conscience and surrender your arms.
Our brothers in the South east must learn from the North. War pays nothing but damages. Darkness can never drive out darkness. Only light can. Shun hate and embrace peace.

The primary responsibility of any government is the protection of citizens’ lives and properties. Our leaders must stop playing politics with our lives. No investor will invest in a violent environment and our youths are jobless. Mr President sir, please secure our dear country and return us back to a peaceful nation.
Adama Umar Ayuba,
Kano.
Inna, Yawuro and the crave for power
Happy birthday, Dr Goje
Zenith Bank
Kogi state
 
Hausa (Manhaja)
ePaper Subscription
The need for holistic health sector reform
Much ado about Pantami’s professorship
Zamfara citizens’ abnormal life
Echoes of K.O. Mbadiwe
Technical killing of Toro General Hospital
Happy birthday, Dr Goje
Please, let’s give peace a chance
Inna, Yawuro and the crave for power
DEM’s Covid-19 prevention initiative laudable
Celebrating 2021 World Literacy Day
The menace of street trading
Avoidable childbirth deaths
Blueprint Newspaper is a Nigerian daily print newspaper founded and published in Abuja, Nigeria. While https://blueprint.ng is the online version
Chairman/CEO: Mohammed Idris, FNIPR
Chief Operating Officer: Salisu Umar
Chairman, Editorial Board: Zainab Suleiman Okino
GM-Finance/Accounts: Ajibola Oyetubo
Head Administration & Human Resources: Nuhu Sani
GM-Southern Operations: Vera Chidi-Maha
Managing Editor: Clement Oluwole
Editor (Daily): Abdulrahman A. Abdulrauf
Deputy GM-Business and Strategy Durojaiye Hassan
General Editor: Chamba Simeh
Editor(Weekend): Adoyi M. Aba
Online Editor: Ikenna Okonkwo
Tel: 08034513786, 08101737507 or 08033221705
Copyright © 2021 | Blueprint Newspapers Limited

source

Leave A Comment