Fulani Attacks In Plateau Condemned
July 9, 2012 – Fulani Attacks In Plateau Condemned
Tambuwal said the National Assembly would continue to liaise with other arms of government and security agencies to find lasting solution to the spate of violence bedeviling the nation.
He urged security agencies to provide adequate protection for citizens of the country at all times.
The Speaker said that criminal groups were hiding under different guises to cause mayhem in the country, urging Nigerians to remain resolute in their quest for lasting peace.
He said that Nigeria was greater than any group, expressing optimism that “this dark period in our history would soon become a thing of the past.”
Danton and James Gyang of the Plateau State House of Assembly reportedly died during a stampede at Maseh Village in Riyom Local Council of Plateau when mourners were attacked by suspected Fulani herdsmen.