The Northern Regional Security Council (RECSEC) is unhappy about the Nanumba Youth Association’s apathy on the Bimbila chieftaincy crisis.
Considered as vibrant group, the association’s leadership expected to lead the arbitration and peace management agenda has since been silent on the matter.
[contextly_sidebar id=”jcpTH8nOzlO8dELFal6tJ1CE6Nl5y7eZ”]This has caused the Northern Regional Security Council to challenge the association’s leadership to wake up from its slumber.
Chairman of the Northern Regional Security Council, Alhaji Mohammed Muniru Limuna in a Citi News interview insisted that the association must be active in solving the Bimbila chieftaincy crisis.
“The Nanumba Youth Association is a very vibrant association and is been very silent in respect of this chieftaincy dispute.”
“We don’t know what their position is and we think that they must also engage them in some talks since they come from that area especially the executives of the association and see how best they can support to broker peace with their people.”
He said the curfew hours will remain same until sanity prevailed in Bimbila Township.
“The curfew remains the same hours, no review of the curfew: we still think that it wasn’t safe to review the curfew so the curfew remains the same period from 4pm to 6am and with time we will do some assessments.”
A recent renewed deadly clash between some loyalists of the Bimbila Regent and some aggrieved Butchers recorded 19 deaths.
By: Abdul Karim Naatogmah/citifmonline.com/Ghana