Chief Edwin Clark (CON), an Ijaw national leader condemned the attacks on Ijaw communities as clashes between the joint task force and militants in the... (4) Comment
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williams ph, nigeria May 20, 2009
Chief Edwin Clark, if realy you wanted to help your people, kindly produce the millitants. you are the leader of ijaws, this boys are your own blood brothers, you know them & you have been using them against government.
please kindly stop distobbing our president, with un-called excuses.your boys cannot be as strong as OJUKWU. JTF continue shooting.
Chakko Bombay, India May 19, 2009
This is for Chief Edwin Clark, Leader of the Ijaw Community to resign as he cannot control the mlitant under his roof rather sending unnessary SOS to the President.
I think this is a coward acts when you cant control people you said you lead.Nigeria nation is more than Ijaw or any ethnic people cos is a united states of diversed people and cultures as India and pride of African.
SCUDDER lagos, nigeria May 19, 2009
If the militants did not hearken to voice of reason of the ijaw elders then i think the militants should be held responsible for whatever calamity that has befallen them. The ijaw elders can help end the war by giving intelligence report of the whereabout of the leaders of the various militancy groups.
Inyang Oron, Nigeria May 18, 2009
how about appealing to the villagers to produce these militants as they are children of the indigenes?
there need not be this saga if the stake holders in the militancy industry beome reasonable.