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GOVERNOR IDRIS VOWS TO BRING TO AN END FARMERS/HERDERS CLASHES IN THE STATE                                                                                                            27-11-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     Governor Nasir Idris of Kebbi State, has assured to bring to an end the lingering crises between farmers/herders in Suru and Koko/Besse local government areas of the state through round table dialogue involving security and other relevant stakeholders.

The Governor also identified dialogue as a veritable tool for resolving the lingering farmers/herders clashes in the country.

He gave the assurance when he paid a condolence visit to the people of Suru and Koko/Besse Local Government Areas of the state over a clash between farmers and herders that left two people death, some missing and several injured recently.

The Governor, who said the visit was to streamline the issue and kickstart settlement process towards restoring peace and stability in the two area, also donated thirteen million Naira (N13m) to the families of the deceased and those that sustained injuries during the crisis in the two areas.

Governor Idris, also set-up a reconciliation committee to be headed by the State Commissioner of Police, Head of Department of Security Service (DSS), Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), District Heads of the two areas, Members State House of Assembly and other relevant stakeholders in the area.

In a separate remarks, the District Head of Suru, Mohammed Bello-Jaguwadeji and District Head of Dustemari Alhaji Mohammed Malebi, thanked the governor for the sympathy visit, while attributing the crisis to devilish act.

Suru Local Government Council Chairman, Mohammed Lawal, said the crisis started on Saturday morning when the farmers visited their farmlands and meet Fulani herders at the scene.

He explained that, during the crisis, two people were confirmed dead, while eight sustained various degree of injuries and are responding to treatment in the hospital.

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