At a pivotal meeting convened by President Bola Tinubu, the recent peace deal signed by Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara and his predecessor, Nyesom Wike, aimed at quelling the ongoing crisis in the state, has received commendation from educationist, Mr. Adegbite, who however raised crucial concerns regarding the sustainability of the peace accord.
Adegbite lauded Governor Fubara for his intervention but emphasized the need for a more comprehensive approach. “This one they have done will even turn to a disagreement later because they have not really addressed the major cause of the mishaps,” he stated, indicating the underlying issue remains unattended.
Citing the root cause as crucial, Adegbite asserted, “Everything done in the secret will be revealed.” He urged the involved parties to openly articulate their perspectives on the crisis, stressing that the lack of transparency has contributed to the unresolved conflict.
Expressing a critical sentiment, he directed his plea to Governor Fubara, highlighting the importance of addressing the core issues. “If there’s any promise or agreement that has not been fulfilled to the other party, I urge the governor to address it and give reasons for why it has not been fulfilled in order to make peace reign.”