Shehu Sani believes the Peace Accord is merely a temporary measure between Wike and Fubara.
Rivers State political crisis appears to be temporaryly resolved after a peace deal was signed at a meeting attended by President Bola Tinubu, Governor Siminalayi Fubara, and other state leaders.
However, sociopolitical critic Shehu Sani, has offered his opinion on the ongoing dispute between Nyesom Wike and Similayi Fubara, the governor of Rivers State.
According to Sani, the conflict between the two political gladiators is far from over.
In his statement, Sani alludes to a peace accord, which he believes will only buy time for another round of war.
He argues that the accord will serve the purpose of removing the knife from Sim’s neck and setting it behind him.
In other words, it would appear that the accord would provide a veneer of peace, but the underlying issues would persist.
The conflict between Wike and Fubara has not gone unnoticed, and many have called for a peaceful resolution.
However, Sani believes that a peace accord would only be a temporary solution and that the underlying issues need to be addressed.
Shehu Sani, a former Kaduna politician, wrote via his X account.
“The accord will remove the knife from the neck of Sim and set it behind his back.”
“The accord will bury the hatchets with leaves.The accord outwardly sells peace,but internally buys time for another round of war.”
“However,It can be better if the dialogue is periodically assessed and improved upon.”