27 January 2013

Nigeria: Traditional Ruler Counsels Kaduna People On Peace

Kaduna — District Head of Jere, Alhaji Is'haq Usman has counseled Kaduna State citizens to support the state governor, Alhaji Ramalan Yero as he called on them to imbibe the culture of peace and harmony to enable him move the state forward.

In a statement signed by the traditional ruler and made available to newsmen in Kaduna, he said without peace there will be no development.

He also called on the state governor to govern the state with the fear of God.

"It's important for people to live in peace and harmony with each other irrespective of tribe or religion. This is because peace brings development," he stated.

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