The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Tajudeen Abbas, has conveyed his profound concern regarding the escalating insecurity and incidents of violence in Plateau State.
Abbas is set to engage in a meeting with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to address the troubling developments in the state.
In a statement released by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Musa Abdullahi Krishi, the Speaker expressed his dismay at the ongoing assaults on communities in Mangu Local Council, declaring that the situation has reached an intolerable point, stating, “Enough is Enough of the Plateau killings.”
Confirming his scheduled meeting with President Tinubu to discuss the matter, Abbas asserted that the House of Representatives will adopt a resolute stance on the issue when it reconvenes next Tuesday following the Christmas and New Year breaks.
Furthermore, Abbas disclosed that the lower legislative chamber will initiate plans for a security summit aimed at formulating lasting solutions to the security challenges in the North and other regions of the country.
While vehemently condemning the killings on the Plateau, the Speaker underscored the significance of peace from both sides, emphasising the imperative need for people to coexist harmoniously for any substantial progress to be achieved.
Furthermore, he emphasised that Nigerians should look out for one another regardless of their location. He also urged the various security agencies to take decisive action to address the situation in Plateau.
Furthermore, he emphasized that Nigerians should look out for one another regardless of their location. He also urged the various security agencies to take decisive action to address the situation in Plateau.