Port Harcourt - The Kalabari community in Rivers State has accused President Goodluck Jonathan of allegedly backing his home state, Bayelsa, in the Soku oil well dispute, reports ThisDay.
The accusation was made in a petition by the community addressed to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal.
In the petition, which was signed The Kalabari Solidarity Forum, the community claimed that the President planned to transfer the disputed oil wells to Bayelsa State.
The community warned that the move may plunge the Niger Delta into another spate of violence, tribal wars and needless waste of lives and property.
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