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Abuja Bomb Blast: Princewill Comiserates With Victims

By Joe Ezuma

Port Harcourt
As Condemnation continue to trail Friday's Bombing at Abuja A Peoples Democratic Chieftain in Rivers and Atiku Abubakar's ally , PrinceTony Princewill has condemned unequivocally the bomb blasts that rocked the nation's capital .

Princewill described the blast which brought a dent on the nation's golden jubilee independence celebration and raised eye brows over the nation's security status as '' very unfortunate incident''

“My heart goes out to the innocent victims of Nigeria's dirty laundry washed in the full glare of the international public and to those whose loved ones were killed in the bomb blasts in Abuja yesterday'', he said, adding that there was no justification whatsoever for the dastardly act.

''We should learn to see dialogue as the route for settling whatever differences we may have. We should all ponder that engagement rather than brute force is the pre-requisite for peace and only then can we secure much needed development, be it in the Niger Delta or Nigeria as a whole”, Princewill said in a statement by the media consultant of Pincewill political Platform The Princewill Polictical Associates(PPA), Dr. Eze C. EzeI.

He recalled that when governor Chibuike Amaechi wanted to tow the route of a judicial commission of inquiry in dealing with the militancy issue so as to separate the criminals from real militants and when Yar'Adua commenced the Gbaramatu bombings, the state received a truth and reconciliation commission, the A K Horsfall rehabilitation committee and amnesty, all in that order.

''Let us see what comes now. My problem with our current leadership is that they believe in saying less and doing more even when what they say can more than likely help them do less.”, he said (END)