Gov Ishaku Vows To End Fulani Herdsmen, Farmers Clashes In Taraba

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Taraba State governor, Darius Ishaku has vowed to do everything humanly possible to end farmers and Fulani herdsmen clashes in the state.
A press release signed by the deputy chief press secretary to Governor Ishaku, Mr. Iliya Bekyu Akweh  yesterday in Jalingo and a
copy of which was made available to LEADERSHIP Friday said government would live no stone unturned to ensure that lasting peace return to every nooks and crannies of the state.
“The Rescue Mission Agenda of this government which is aimed at fast  tracking the pace of development in the state would only  thrive through permanent  peace,” the release said.
The release noted that Governor Ishaku has restated his administration’s commitment to reposition the state for the overall good of the citizens irrespective of religious, political and
sectional backgrounds.
“When Governor Ishaku assumed office, he met the state in pieces as a result of ethno-religious crisis and the Fulani herdsmen and farmers clashes which had bedeviled the state in the past until now that relative peace had been restored,” the release noted.
The release informed that the present administration has made concerted efforts to woo investors to the state to enhance its
industrialization, saying that very soon such efforts will start yielding positive results.
According to the release, provision of potable water supply within  Jalingo and environs, health care delivery services, road network,  resuscitation of the Mambilla Highland Tea Company, opening of the  Jalingo Air space which has given rise to three flights a week to Jalingo, the state capital are some of the achievement of the present government.
The release added that those criticizing the administration of Governor Ishaku are arm chair politicians based in Abuja without any knowledge of happenings in the state.

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