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NORTH CENTRAL GOVERNORS DONATE N100M TO VICTIMS OF PLATEAU CHRISTMAS EVE ATTACKS                 

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NORTH CENTRAL GOVERNORS DONATE N100M TO VICTIMS OF PLATEAU CHRISTMAS EVE ATTACKS                                                                                  03-01-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    One hundred Million naira has been donated by Governors of the North Central states to Internally Displaced person’s IDPs who are victims of the Christmas Eve attacks in Plateau State.

The Governors also promised to safeguard their states from being turned into a hub for bandits and criminals.

The Governors made the pledge while on a condolence visit to Plateau state Governor Caleb Mutfwang over the unfortunate attacks of some communities in the State on Christmas Eve.

Speaking on behalf of his colleagues, Leader of team and Governor of Nasarawa state, Engineer Abdullahi Sule said the Governors took the decision following the negative impression created about their states by the activities of terrorists, adding that they can no longer fold their hands and watch such acts.

Governors of Niger state Umaru Bago and that of Benue state, Rev. Father Hyacinth Alia who also spoke during the visit, stressed the importance of employing a non kinetic approach in dealing with similar incidences in addition to alleviating the plight of those displaced

Responding, Governor Caleb Mutfwang emphasized the need for the Federal Government to as a matter of urgency, address the deplorable nature of some roads in the state which the criminals use in getting to their victims as well as makes it difficult for security personnel to promptly respond on time to distress calls

In a vote of thanks, the Gbong Gwom Jos, Da Jabob Buba stressed the need for the establishment of a North Central Development Commission to cater for the needs of states in the zone devastated by attacks and destruction of property.

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