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Bwari Crisis: Corporate Organisations Threaten To Leave Community

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Corporate organisations, operating in Bwari area council have threatened to relocate their businesses to other communities, if the current crisis in the area is not nipped in the bud.

The registrar, Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is-haq Olarewaju Oloyede, who made the threat, on behalf of other organizations, during a security meeting, noted that lack of peace would drive out corporate organizations from the area.

Oloyede, therefore called on residents of the communities to embrace peace so that the organisations could stay and discharge their duties.

Also speaking, the chairman of Bwari area council, Hon Musa Dikko commended the security operatives for discharging their duties, with civility, to restore peace in the area.

Dikko noted that it is only in an atmosphere of peace that development can thrive, just as he called on all stakeholders to ensure that peace reigns in their various jurisdictions.

He noted that the two traditional rulers in the area are not Hausa’s and urged all to enquire first before making utterances capable of overheating the polity.

The Etsu Bwari, Ibrahim Yaro, in his contribution, condemned the incident and appealed to the FCT minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello to provide aid to affected persons.

Also speaking, the Sarkin Bwari, Auwwal Musa Ijakoro also condemned the incident and called on parents to keep close watch of their children and to be able to correct and reprimand them when possible.

The area commander Kubwa, ACP Alfa Jibrin said that the normalcy has returned to community as businesses have kicked up, just as he called on all residents to be calm and to support the security operatives to maintain peace.



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