Israeli-Palestinian war: Senate makes demand from Nigerian govt

The Senate has urged the Federal Government of Nigeria to intervene in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas to bring it to an end.

This followed the adoption of a motion titled “Urgent Need to Call for Ceasefire on the Ongoing Conflict Between Israel and Hamas” by senators Adamu Alero (PDP, Kebbi) and Sumalia Kawu (NNPP, Kano) and co-sponsored by 43 others at the plenary on Tuesday.

Presenting the motion, Alero said the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a complex and long-standing conflict that has been going on for over 100 years.

“We should add our voices to other nations assent to a two-state solution for a permanent solution. Let the killing stop and then the world will sit down to negotiate for a permanent two-state solution,” he stated.

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