PRESIDENT BUHARI CONDEMNS CLASHES BETWEEN JUKUNS AND TIVS IN TARABA STATE

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Lately, there has been violence in the country; the need to ensure that there in peace that would bring development in the country has been reiterated. Speaking on the need to have peace, President Buhari has condemned in all entirety. The president made this position known in his speech. 

In his word, he said”The recent violent clashes between Jukuns and Tivs in Taraba State, and the Fulani, Genjon and Bachama in Adamawa State are needless and saddening. Violence cannot be the solution to the resolution of misunderstandings among people.” 

He added that “Once we abandon reason and good judgment, we‘re giving violence the chance to take over and make a bad situation more complicated, and difficult to resolve. The primary initiative for ending violence once and for all must originate from the local actors involved in these clashes.” 

The military has restored calm to the affected areas, and will not relent. The National Emergency Management Agency and the National Commission for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons will also scale up their efforts in bringing succor to all the displaced people

 

 

ANTHONY NWOSU 

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