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   There is still a Need for a State Police – Governor Ishaku

Taraba State Governor, Arch. Darius Dickson Ishaku has said that he strongly believes in the establishment of a State Police for the state because it will yield much more result in the incessant crisis of the State.

Governor Ishaku said this today during a courtesy visit to the Government House Jalingo, by the Nigerian Ministers Forum for Peace and Reconciliation (NMFF&R).

The Nigerian Ministers Forum for Peace and Reconciliation is a Faith-based Non-Governmental Organization established in 28 States of the country. The Rescue Captain reiterated that he cannot develop the State if there is a crisis and hence still calls out to the Federal Government for the necessary security support. The Taraba State Governor charged the clergymen to continually pray to the Heavens for God’s intervention over the carnage of the State.

The National Secretary of the forum, Rev. Dr. Philemon A. Saredau stated that they are saddened with the ugly crisis that has lingered for far too long in the State and commensurate with the Governor and the people of Taraba State. It goes without saying that his Excellency’s RESCUE MISSION in the State has given Tarabans the dividends of true democracy irrespective of faith or religion, tribe, state, age and culture which are the bedrock of his administrative directions, he said.

Meanwhile, the National President of the forum, Bishop Fred K. Samuel expressed that their coming is purely out of the desire to promote and collaborate with the Government on all levels in peace maintenance with the vision of a society free from ethnic, religious, cultural differences and discriminations while empowering people for sustainable development through peace building anchored on love and right living.



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