CA Calls for Peace in Nigeria

Oct 28, 2020, 11:59 AM

Citizens Alliance party in The Gambia says it’s disheartened by the unfortunate incidences unfolding in Nigeria and thus called for peace.

“We have been following the reports of the unfortunate incidents in our sisterly country of The Federal Republic of Nigeria. Citizens Alliance is disheartened by the deteriorating situation including and especially the loss of precious human life.  

We call on the Government and all stakeholders to work together for a peaceful resolution and to bring the violence to an immediate end. 

CA stands with our Nigerian brothers and sisters, extends our deepest condolences for the lives lost, and enjoins all parties to prioritise the lives, well-being, and development of Nigeria.”

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