By: Bomba Dauda
Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr. Samuel Aruwan in concert with the Commander, 1 Div. Garrison Command, Maj. Gen. OS Abai, Commissionner of Police, CP. UM. Muri, State Director SSS, AI. Koya and the Chairman of Kajuru Local Government, Mr. Cafra Caino urged Adara and Fulani people to live harmoniously with one another. They made the Clarion call at a Security and Peace Stakeholders Meeting held at Mare, Kajuru Local Government, yesterday.
Aruwan called on the community leaders and stakeholders to be involved in the peace building process. Enjoined both the Adara and Fulani communities to stop taking laws into their hands, stating that, “You should trust government to take up your responsibilities by promptly reporting issues as they arises.”
“All your grievances, concerns and suggestions will be submitted to the Governor of Kaduna State, Malam Nasiru Elrufai.”
He advocate the Executive Chairman of Kajuru LG to build on today’s meeting through advocacy and consultations to strengthen what has been done.
The State Director SSS, AI. Koya, urged stakeholders to always contact security agents with vital information at their Kajuru LG office or feel free to visit the state office any time.
Also speaking, the Commissioner of Police Kaduna State, CP. UM. Muri, promised to look into issues of logistics and personnel. He told the gathering that 10,000 police men passed out recently and Kajuru will be considered.
The Commander of 1 Div. Garrison Maj. Gen. OS. Abai advised stakeholders to make the right choices and identify trouble makers even before a crisis. He appealed for unity among people in the community.
The Executive Chairman of Kajuru LG, Hon. Cafra Caino reminded the gathering on the existing ban on all hunting expeditions. ” You should be law abiding, peace loving, and do the needful at all times.” He pleaded with the state government to construct roads in some interior parts of the LG to aid security personnel to easily have accessing to communities in case of emergencies.