Adamawa group threatened legal action against Senator Abbo


A bunch, Adamawa Peace Defenders, has threatened to sue Senator Elisha Abbo (Adamawa North) for alleged breach of peace.

The senator, in response to the group, made inflammatory feedback able to breaching the peace in Adamawa.

Abbo is at present in court docket for allegedly assaulting a girl in a intercourse toy store in Abuja.

Coordinator of the group, Pwanabeshi Alson, alleged in assertion Friday that Sen Abbo referred to the state Governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, as one taking part in politics of faith.

“These are reckless words capable of pitching the people of one faith against the other, and we cannot tolerate leaders talking like this at a time when peace is very fragile,” the group coordinator acknowledged.

The group gave Abbo five-day ultimatum to, amongst different issues, retract “all his fallacious and derogatory utterances against the Governor,” and to put in writing an apology to Adamawa folks “for his derogatory comments capable of causing unrest, especially in the political arena and among religious and ethnic groups across the state.”

Senator Elisha Abbo has been at loggerheads with Governor Ahmadu Fintiri whom he has accused of making an attempt to impose candidates for the native council elections due subsequent month.

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