The new Social Democratic Front leader announced this in his end of year message to the nation.
The security crisis that has shaken the North West and South West regions since 2016 is one of the concerns expressed by the political leaders. The president of the SDF, Joshua Osih, a party whose original stronghold covers the two regions, is particularly worried about it.
He expressed his party’s willingness to help find a definitive solution to this ongoing crisis by “continuing to show the power that our good offices are available to help put an end to this bloodshed and incessant violence,” declared the MP.
This is because “there continues to be immense suffering among our brothers and sisters in the North West and South West regions”. Having met those affected and spoken to their families, he says he failed to conceal how moved he felt. “The suffering of our people has touched my heart,” he underscored, in a context marked by killings, abductions, dead towns, various bans and massive displacement. For Ni John Fru Ndi’s successor at the head of the party, “this crisis is a political matter and will only be resolved by a political solution”.