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Buhari Begs Victims of Suspected Herdsmen Attack- Ask Them Not To Retaliate

President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly pleaded with victims of suspected herdsmen attacks asking them not to engage in reprisals as he reassured those in the north central states that his administration would not tolerate such acts. Buhari spoke on Tuesday, February 6, at the commissioning of the Comprehensive Special School, Lafia, Nasarawa state, saying the federal government is working hard to ensure that peace and stability returned to the region.
The Nigerian Tribune quotes Buhari as saying: “I also want to assure the people of the north central and indeed all Nigerians that the federal government is working day night to ensure peace and stability returns. “We have deployed additional resources to all the affected areas to maintain law and order. “The attacks by suspected herdsmen and other bandits will not be tolerated. “I appeal to all Nigerians to refrain from reprisal attacks. The security agencies have standing order to arrest and prosecute any and all persons found with illegal arms.
“I will once again express my condolences and sympathy to all the affected victims of these barbaric acts.”
President Muhammadu Buhari earlier arrived Lafia, the Nasarawa state capital on Tuesday, February 6, and was received by Governor Tanko Al-Makura. The Sun reports that he later visited the Emir of Lafia, and commissioned a number of projects in the state.
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