NEWS: We Must Tolerate One Another - Gov Bindow
By Yunusa Abdullahi
People of Adamawa state have been urged to always tolerate one another irrespective of ethnicity or Religious affiliations in the society.
Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla who made the appealed shortly after an extra -ordinary security meeting held at Government House Yola with service chiefs and other Traditional rulers in the state .
The Governor stated that the recent social unrest between herdsmen and some communities of Gerreng, Koh and other Villages in Girei Local government area as unfortunate in view of the current security situation in some parts of the Adamawa state.
He also called on the entire people of state to be extra vigilant and to report strange movement of persons to the security agents in order to curtailed the future occurance of clashes among other communities.
The Governor pointed out that the state government has introduced some pro-active measures to improve security across the state in order to safeguard the lives and properties of the citizenry.
He also stressed that all the Traditional rulers would be involve in the state peace enterprise so as to solve the problems of insecurity once and for all.
Also commenting, The Honourable Commissioner ministry of Information Comrade Ahmad Ibrahim Sajoh explained that Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla has gave all the necessary directives and the leadership required in order to achieve some goals in maintaining peace and order across Adamawa state.
The Information Commissioner said that the Governor also directed that steps should be taken to address issues that has to do with manupulation of emotions of the people for some selfish reasons and called on the people not to be manupulated because in all cases it is the people that suffers and died in such disputes, adding that the elites manupulates and were not suffers any loses and people must understand that they should not be pushed into killing each other because government have alot of challenges to confront other than challenges of security in Adamawa state. .
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