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Katsina: Repentant rustlers pledge to support gov’t in security

Katsina: Repentant rustlers pledge to support gov’t in security

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The Katsina state government has restarted its commitment towards ensuring the sustainability of the successes recorded in the area of security of people’s lives and property under its amnesty programme throughout the state.

This is contained in a press statement signed by director press secretary to the office of the Secretary to the government of the state Abdullahi Aliyu Yar’adua and made available to news men in Katsina.

This was disclosed at the regular meeting  of the state dialogue committee held 12th, February, 2018 at the Banquet of the presidential lodge, Sa’idu Barda house.  chaired by the secretary to the government of the state Alhaji Mustapha Inuwa.

Alhaji Mustapha who is also the chairman of the amnesty committee said that, the present administration would continue to provide support to security apparatus to overcome any challenge that may disrupt the existing peace and harmony especially between herdsmen and farmers in the state.

He also acknowledged Governor Masari’s effort of selfless service in meeting the demand of Fulani herdsmen that include provision of primary schools, health centers, earth dams among others,  provided the herders  remain calm and continue to be law abiding citizens.

More so, Alhaji Mustapha Inuwa said the government is aware of the activities of some miscreants in the neighboring States which now constitute threat at some boarder villages especially in Sabuwa, Faskari, and Jibia local government areas.

On their part, repentant cattle rustlers pledged to work hand in hand with security personnel to fight the cross boarder attacks by their counterparts who still perpetrate dastardly crimes in the neighboring States.

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