Those fueling ethnic and religious war in the South West will regret it, warns Gani Adams – The Sun Nigeria
By Lukman Olabiyi
Aare Yorubaland’s Onakakanfo, Iba Gani Adams, has warned those who stoke the embers of war saying that she is capable of fueling ethics and religious warfare in Nigeria.
He insisted that the South West would resist any attempt that could trigger a crisis and disturb peace in the region.
In a statement from his media aide, Adams said the culprits should be apprehended and forced to face the wrath of the law.
The Yoruba Generalissimo also blamed the state government for allowing such sensitive issues to escalate into a full-blown crisis where churches and other places of worship have been razed by angry youths and extremists.
He condemned the act in full, saying it could also jeopardize the nation’s fragile unity.
“We are in the midst of a full scale crisis in Nigeria and unless something urgent is done it can lead to complete anarchy. There have been reports of how some Northern extremists have invaded the South West. They are everywhere perfecting their insidious plans to set the Southwest on fire, but I want to say categorically that we will resist any act that could fuel either an ethical or a religious conflict.