Taraba State Governor Darius Ishaku has warned traditional rulers against accommodating miscreants coming into the state in their communities.
Ishaku gave the warning at the First Sensitisation Workshop organised for second and third class chiefs in Jalingo.
The governor who decried movement of miscreants into the state as a result of serious security onslaught against them in their stronghold urged the traditional rulers to expose them for the peace of the state.
“The recent movement of miscreants into our state who had been dislodged from other states is quite worrisome. I advise you not to accommodate them within your communities as you will accommodate them at your peril,” Ishaku said.
According to him, his administration decided to create more chiefdoms to bring the government closer to people and to address the security situation in the state.