Former Head of State, General AbdulsalamiAbubakar has said the only way out of current crises across the nation is dialogue.
The former Head of State said this yesterday in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.
Abubakar who spoke with journalists yesterday after a courtesy visit on Alake and Paramount Ruler of Egbaland, Oba AdedotunAremuGbadebo, said dialogue is only way to get out of any trouble.
Abubakar who lauded the release of 21 Chibok girls by the Boko Haram fighter congratulated the parents for having their children back.
He said, “First and foremost, we give glory to God for saving those children and we congratulate each and everyone who is involved in bringing these girls back and we pray that the rest will come back.
“I congratulate the parents who have been organised for their one year plus lost, this is just an episode and we prayed that never should such occurrence happen in our lives.
“Not only in Niger Delta, in anywhere in the world, in anywhere that there is crises, in anywhere there is disagreement you have to sit down and dialogue and definitely you will achieve it.”
Earlier, Abubakar said the relationship between him and Alake has continued to grow from strength to strength since their encounter in Kaduna, Ikeja and Lagos during their military days.
He however lauded the monarch for the development of Abeokuta kingdom since his assumption of the throne.
The former Head of State said he was in Abeokuta in the instance of Crescent University where he would be honoured today.
Speaking, the Alake described Abubakar as a man of contentment lauding him for midwifing the process for the present political dispensation.

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