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Keana Local Government Vows Legal Action Over Farmers’ Killing in Nasarawa State.

Keana Local Government Vows to Prosecute Farmers’ Killers

The Keana Local Government Council in Nasarawa State has pledged to take legal action against those responsible for the recent killing of farmers in the area. The council aims to set an example and deter other criminals in the locality.

Sanusi Abdul Giza, the Chairman of the council, made this commitment during an emergency meeting attended by security personnel, traditional rulers, and key stakeholders, including representatives of all ethnic groups in Kadarko Chiefdom.

Condemning the killings as unfortunate and intolerable, Giza emphasized his administration’s determination to ensure the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators. He stressed the importance of addressing the security challenges facing the area and urged residents to refrain from taking matters into their own hands, urging them to trust the government’s efforts.

Giza emphasized the need for peaceful coexistence among all ethnic groups in the area and cautioned against being swayed by troublemakers seeking to incite violence.

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Additionally, Senior Special Assistant James Ali Manza and Ibrahim Bido assured that the state government would not tolerate any actions leading to disunity.

The paramount ruler of Kadarko, Osokadarko Mallam Usman Kakunu Dodo, refuted claims of land grabbing by a specific ethnic group, clarifying that the land in question was allocated to farmers from various ethnic backgrounds through a legitimate process.

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