Ethnic Hatred, Bane Of Niger Delta Development’ – Sheriff Mulade

 

The Oasis Reporters

July 20, 2018

Comrade Sheriff Mulade declaring open, his campaign office.
by Aloysius Okerieke, Warri

Niger Delta based Human Rights Activist and environmentalist, Comrade Sheriff Mulade has identified ethnic hatred as one of the main causes of underdevelopment affecting the Niger Delta region.

He equally expressed total displeasure towards some leaders who whip up sentiments whenever they are in position or seeking for something from Government of the day and “this is laying a wrong precedent for the next generation”.

Comrade Mulade who is a House of Assembly hopeful for Warri South-West constituency in Delta State, noted that “It is worthy of note that today our leaders have sold into the next generation, attitude of ethnic hatred, divisiveness and suspicion against one another that will take over four to five decades to erase from the minds of the youths”.

The renowned Niger Delta environmentalist, disclosed that if nothing is done to carry out massive advocacy to change the mindset of people in the area, it might affect the unity of the next generation.

He appealed to leaders and major stakeholders in the region to begin what he described as inter-ethnic peaceful coexistence in Nigeria in order to attract the needed development to Niger Delta, adding that it is unfortunate that because of ethnic sentiments and hatred which has eaten deep into the minds of the people they no longer have the value for human lives which according to him is the greatest asset of the people of the region.

Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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