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Southern Kaduna crisis: Miyetti Allah resolves to make peace

The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Affiliation of Nigeria (MACBAN) Kaduna State Chapter, has disclosed that it has resolved to bury its variations with different tribes and work in the direction of the return of peace within the Southern area of the State.

MACBAN said this in a communique on the finish of a peace summit on Sunday in Kafanchan.

The communique was collectively signed by Malam Hassan Tugga, the State’s Chairman of the MACBAN, Southern Kaduna Zonal Chairman, Malam Abdulhamid Musa, Malam Shuaibu Usman, the Zonal Secretary, and Malam Ibrahim Zango, the Director, Media and Publicity.

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It stated: “We have now agreed to revert to our olden days’ relationship with our neighbouring communities in Southern Kaduna.

“We’ve resolved to be our brothers’ keeper henceforth with a purpose to foster progress and growth within the area.

“We name on our folks to cease permitting underage kids from rearing cattle with a purpose to forestall additional destruction of the farm produce throughout the space.

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“In the identical vein, we name on farmers to desist from blocking cattle routes each native and worldwide.”

MACBAN stated it will expose all troublemakers and criminals in its midst and make them face the total wrath of the regulation.

It stated, “We’ve suggested our folks to be vigilant and hand over suspected criminals to safety businesses that could be discovered inside our communities.

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“The summit additionally counseled the efforts of safety businesses throughout and after the disaster in sustaining regulation and order, particularly operation protected haven and the police.”

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