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C’River Loses Over 700 Lives, Property Worth Billions To Communal Crises – Says P4P

Partner For Peace in the Niger Delta, Cross River State Chapter during valentine’s day has said that Communal conflicts have claimed over 700 lives and property worth billions in the state.

In its valentine’s message to the Cross Riverians tagged: “Happy Valentine’s day from partners for peace CRS-Let love lead” the peace advocate highlighted the need to nip crises in the bud.

Signed by the State Coordinator Comrade Ukorebi Esien, reflected on the over 700 lives and property worth billions of Naira lost to communal crisis and other forms of conflict in the last few years in the state.

For instance, Comrade Esien observed that the escalating communal conflicts in the state demands attention and concrete action.

In the message made available to Truth Live News he wrote: “On this day of love and celebration. We extend warm greetings to each member of our partners for peace family and all lovers of peace.

“In a world filled with challenges, it’s love we share and connection we build bring warmth and meaning to lives.”

Therefore, “as we celebrate love, let’s remember its power to unite us, inspire us and create positive changes,” says Esien.

He explained, at partner for peace their commitment to fostering peace and harmony is deeply rooted in two things.

He said they believe that love and understanding can bridge divides and build stronger and more resilient communities.

Nevertheless, the peace advocate used the opportunity to appreciate the Governor  Bassey Edet Otu, for his commendable people’s first initiative.

The organization recognized the efforts of a people-oriented Government through the provision of basic amenities.

On the other hand, the P4P called on fellow Cross Riverians to unite and let love lead.

They also urged the government to prioritize and invest in comprehensive peace building initiative.

“We sincerely call on government to join hands with P4P and other development partners in building a state where every citizen feels secure, valued and included.”

It also observed, a proactive approach to conflicts management is crucial to sustainable development and prosperity of the state, especially now that the farming season is near.

“May this valentine’s day serves as a reminder of the importance of compassion, empathy and unity.”

Accordingly, “by working together we can create a peaceful future for Cross River State,” Esien stated.

“Together let continue to support one another, uplift those around and spread message of love in all that we do.”

“Wishing you a filled with peace, love and meaningful connection,” he concluded.

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