By Oasis Magazine
The Chief Executive Officer of Fone-Media Integrated Company, Publishers of Isoko Mirror, Comrade (Dr.) Felida Essi, on Saturday said Isoko Community leaders in the various communities are the cause of the insecurity in their domain and in Nigeria
She spoke with our correspondent during the 15th Anniversary/lectures & Awards ceremony of the newspaper which held at the Isoko Development Union, IDU hall in Oleh, Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State.
According to her,”The problem first of all is caused by the Community leaders.
“They sold and hired our lands to the herdsmen and that brings about insecurity.
“Off course, once the herdsmen comes in, they want to take over. That’s part of the major problem and it’s caused by our leaders,” she said.
She also urged the leaders to shun the peanuts they make from the herdsmen to help safeguard the lives and properties of their citizens.
Comrade Felida also enjoined the people to be hardworking and not to pursue politics alone but to go into farming.
“There is money in farming,” she opined.
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