The National Chairman of the Social Democratic Front – SDF, Ni John Fru Ndi has spoken out for the first time since he was abducted on Saturday, 27th April 2019.
Speaking at his Ntarikon residence, the chairman said the socio-political upheavals rocking the North West and South West regions can only be solved through dialogue and not through guns, school boycott and ghost towns.
Ni John Fru Ndi said his abduction turned out to be an opportunity to advise the fighters on the way out of the crisis.
He looked relaxed and was exchanging with friends and loved once after his release from close to seven hours in captivity by separatists fighters over the weekend.
Sitting at his court yard, the Chairman explained that the armed men stopped them and indicated that “the convoy should go ahead with the other people because they want to talk to the chairman.”
He told them that ‘I want to talk to you too but not under this conditions” the armed men replied that it will not be long.
They promised to take him to a nearby school but as they drove towards the school the kidnappers instead turned left and drove further down the valley.
The leader of the main opposition party with elected representatives in parliament and the National Assembly said his adduction was an opportunity to express his views on the socio-political situation in the North West and South West regions.
He said, he told the separatist fighters that “in the midst of any quarrel, the greatest bitterness in life; there should be dialogue.
The gun has never taken people anywhere. We had unforetold destructions and loss of lives which is very painful to me.
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