I am committed to finding and punishing perpetrators, Buhari tells Ortom

I am committed to finding and punishing perpetrators, Buhari tells Ortom

'More Units of the Police Special Forces, Counter Terrorism Units, and Conventional Policemen are already being deployed to the State as at this time today to comply in totality with the Presidential order.' a Police statement read.

"The Force will not hesitate to deal decisively with trouble maker (s), any group (s) or individual for conduct likely to instigate the escalation of the crisis".

"The full weight of the law will be applied to anyone arrested for being responsible for the mayhem in the affected areas in the state", Moshood said. I accused them directly since June previous year.

"And of course threat and no action has resulted in this killing and I think that Mr. President will also do the needful to ensure something is done". Abdulrahman Dambazau, in Abuja on Monday.

Moshood said Idris will be relocating with the additional five troops earlier deployed to the State for the protection of indigenes.

Ortom, who was joined by his Taraba counterpart, Darius Ishaku, declined to give details of the strategies, saying it was a security matter not meant for public consumption. "We are not aware that AK 47 is what they are now using to train their cows and other animals". The security men should apprehend perpetrators and prosecute them.

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In a statement, the Nigerian leader said he was prepared to permit every possible step that can lead to the stoppage of the killings. "Their riffles were also taken away", Yamu said.

However, he said he would not support the federal government's plan to establish cattle colonies until he understood the concept.

Mr. Buhari has been accused of condoning the killings by Fulani herdsmen because of his ethnicity.

"On the issue of cattle, we have to start immediately; 16 states have given us land to work on".

Instantly, I knew I had found a hero, a mentor and a role model in my quest to see a better Nigeria during my lifetime.

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