Perpetrators Of Abia Cattle Market Won’t Go Unpunished – Abia Governor
The Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, has described the recent killing at the newly relocated Omuma-Uzo Cattle Market/ Abattoir in Ukwa West as unfortunate but vowed that the perpetrators will be punished. DAILY POST reports.
The Governor said this at the Governor’s Lodge, Aba while receiving leaders of the Hausa Community from Gombe and Adamawa states. Information Guide Nigeria
“This administration takes issues of peace and harmony very seriously because there cannot be any form of sustainable development in an insecure environment”.
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“I want to let you know that I recognise the need for peaceful co-existence between Abians and those who have come to transact legitimate business in the state, and am assuring you that the security chiefs in the state are working tirelessly to fish out the perpetrators of that ugly incident, who will not go unpunished”. jamb results
The governor, who sympathised with them especially the families of those who lost their lives in the sad incident, added that setting up a conflict resolution committee was to help in resolving the conflicts between herdsmen and farmers. He said the state government pays some compensation to either the farmer or herdsmen who lose their crops or cattle after a proper assessment of the situation.
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