The former Kaduna Refining and Petrochemical Company, KRPC, Branch Chairman cum Group Vice Chairman, Group Executive Council (NNPC Pengason), Comrade Danladi Boyis Hassan has reprimanded those expending massive energy on playing politics on the killings in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State. He said: “It is very unfortunate that the politics of narration on the killings in Kajuru has shifted the focus from cooperation to bickering between variant interest groups.”
Boyis added, security is key in all human fundamentals and it’s guarantee does not lie in politicising the process but, in cooperation among stakeholders.
“Whether it is reprisal attacks or genocide, the narration is incosenquential. The people at the epicenter of the attacks and killings, the survivors that are constantly burying their loved ones are not concerned about the narrative, they want to see peace return to their abode, they want to see life return to normalcy, they want to go back and lead their agregarian lives.”
Boyis urged all the parties concerned to join forces and share ideas on the best way possible to forestall this inhuman act.
He went further to say, the politisation of the killings is taking chunk of the energy required to focus on fighting the criminals, which is diversionary in all ramifications and it portend further risk.
Boyis praised the Chairman of Kajuru LGA for the bold step he has taken in the establishment and recruitment of 1000 Civilan JTF. Saying, it is a welcome development and that “we have been expecting this initiative long before now, however, it is better late than never.”
The recent history of the Adara people in Kajuru LG have been mostly heinous stories and gory images dominates it attacks catalogue. According to a data provided by the Adara Development Association, it shows that, From 2016 to date, “more than 209 terrorist incidents and attacks have occurred. In these incidents, almost 722 lives were lost, 198 persons were injured, 231 persons were abducted or detained and millions of Naira was paid in ransom. There were also more than 817 houses (in addition about 38 whole villages destroyed and 30,000 persons displaced.”