Security: Kaduna Govt Reaffirms Commitment, Tasks Stakeholders On Peace


    By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna

    The Kaduna State Government has reaffirmed it’s commitment to providing all round security in the state.

    Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Honourable Samuel Aruwan gave the assurance at an interactive session with stakeholders of Kajuru Local Government Area on Thursday, organised by Mercy Corps in partnership with the Kaduna State Peace Commission.

    Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Honourable Samuel Aruwan speaking at the Interest Based Negotiation and Mediation Training for Kajuru Truth Committee/Community Leaders in Kaduna on Thursday July 23, 2020. Photo; BASHIR BELLO DOLLARS

    “As a government, Kaduna State will do all within its resources in ensuring peaceful coexistence all over the state,” he assured.

    He said that the State government keys into the series of dialogue organised by Mercy Corps and the peace commission.
     “We key into all you are doing as as a ministry.
    “We thank the Kaduna State Peace Commission, Mercy Corps and others committed to peace in Kajuru,” he said.
    He said that the situation in Kajuru didn’t use to be so in the recent past, wondering what changed the peace that was enjoyed in the LGA.

    “When I was a practising journalist, we were not hearing of crisis in Kajuru LGA,” he said

    He therefore, called on all stakeholders to come together and ensure peaceful coexistence.

    “We are calling out to all that peace is the ultimate. Please peaceful Coexistence brings about development.


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