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Gov Ishaku Preaches Peace



Taraba State governor, Darius ishaku has called on Muslims in the state to promote and uphold the virtues of Islam, anchored on peaceful coexistence.

Ishaku in his Eid-el-Kabir message through his senior special assistant on media and publicity, Bala Dan Abu, reminded Muslims of the need to continue to work very hard for peace in the state.

“Peace remains the most critical need of the state and that this can only be achieved and sustained if the people remain united against those agents of destabilisation who are bent on causing a breakdown of law and order in their communities,” he said.

He added that the present administration is  committed to its rescue agenda which has already impacted positively on job creation and skills acquisition.

“The rescue agenda has also led to an unprecedented improvements in WAEC scores by students from the state; provision of water to more than 250 communities; renovation and re-equipment of major hospitals in the state; construction of major roads in the three senatorial zones, among numerous other achievements of the administration,” he said.

He assured that in the years ahead, a lot more will be done in terms of service delivery and in support of the welfare of the people and urged all indigenes and non-indigenes of the state to continue to support the administration.