Hausa Community Calls For Jang’s  Prosecution

Hausa Community Calls For Jang’s  Prosecution

The Hausa and Fulani communities resident  in Jos North Local Government Area, of Plateau State, have  called for the immediate prosecution of former Governor Jonah David  Jang.

The President of the Jasawa Community Development Association (JCDA), Shehu Ibrahim Masalla, who spoke on behalf the people  called on government effect the process  in his speech at the 9th commemorative prayer, over the 2008 Jos crisis.

He lamented that, it is more  important to reflect that besides lives, our property worth billions of Naira were also lost to the mayhem.”

According to him, while the pasts are gone; the future are closing by and the desire to move forward is so tasking, whose quest requires trust and confidence building among all and sundry.

“Hence we reiterate our call for the prosecution of the culprits, starting from former Governor, Jonah Jang, and all other persons identified to have played one role or the other to the perpetration of the heinous acts, while also demanding for adequate compensation from both the Local, State and federal Governments,” he said.

Masalla, said the Jos Hausa and Fulani, communities commend President Muhammadu Buhari’s concerned on the Rhohinja community in faraway Mnyamar, where their Government and indeed international communities except few, are keeping watch with impunity, “simply remind us of our situations, it was factual that the greatest impunity was meted on us.”

He said members of his community, have continue to be stronger lovers and supporters of President Buhari, urging him to also raise above board to consider their plight.

“Similarly, we commend the, Simon Lalong, administration of Plateau State, for its tireless efforts in seeing to the restoration of peace and confidence building among the people of the state, we call on its to do more until the loss glory of the State is restored,” he said.

Masalla, stressed that however, we are of great concerned over the slow pace of works on some roads within our communities, and in as much as they appreciates Governor Lalong, “we thought it will only be wise to speedily consider the plight pose on our community by the slow pace of work, at Anguwan Rogo-Angiwan Rimi, Yan-shanu- Dutse Uku, New market, Bauda and Pump streets.”

He called for a peaceful conduct of local council elections in all of the 17 local government  areas of Plateau state.

In respond the state commission of information Malam Nazif Ahmad, their administration is of concerned to the yearnings and aspiration of the People.

He assured that Governor Lalong, is determined to carry everybody that will bring development to Plateau State, adding that they will execute all projects as soon as resources are available.

 

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