Alleged Installation In Bukuru - Plateau Government Warns Mischief Makers..
Alleged installation in Bukuru - Plateau govt warns mischief makers
By Golok Nanmwa ,Jos
Plateau state Government on Friday threatened to deal with mischief makers .
This was contained in a press statement made available to newsmen in Jos and signed by Dan Manjang ,Commissioner for Information and Communication.
The statement reads that "The attention of the Plateau State Government has been drawn to a purported invitation for the installation of one Alhaji Samaila Abdullahi as the Sarkin Kerana 4 in Bukuru, Jos South Local Government Area which is trending on the social media.
The said invitation is purported to originate from a non-existent Bukuru Emirate Council.
This is clearly the handwork of mischief makers and crisis merchants who are determined to instigate crisis and generate a breach of the peace that is currently prevailing in the State.
The Government of Plateau State views this action as another desperate attempt by enemies of the State to make nonsense of the effort of Governor Simon Lalong, which has succeeded in reuniting the people and engendering peaceful coexistence in the last five years.
For the avoidance of doubt, Government will not fold its arms to allow such mischief makers tamper with the peace of Jos South Local Government and the entire State by inciting people against one another.
The Jos South Local Government Management, traditional and community leaders as well as security agencies have already met and directed those behind this alleged turbaning to desist forthwith or face the wrath of the law.
The people of Bukuru, Jos South Local Government and the entire State are advised to go about their normal businesses and be vigilant to report any suspicious activity to the law enforcement agencies.
Security agencies are currently tracking those behind this mischief and will bring them to book immediately they are apprehended.
The statement further added that the Governor of Plateau State urges its citizens to celebrate the Sallah holiday in a peaceful manner and observe all COVID-19 guidelines.