Daily Trust (Abuja)

Nigeria: Kaduna Monarch Sues for Peace

Kaduna — Agwam Bajju of Bajju chiefdom in southern part of Kaduna State, Malam Nuhu Bature has urged the state Governor Muktar Ramalan Yero to come up with policies that will ensure lasting peace and unity among people of the state.

Speaking at Sir Kashim Ibrahim house where he led a delegation, including women and district heads on a courtesy visit to the Governor, Malam Bature also noted that unity and peace are keys to any meaningful development in the state.

"We want you to ensure that peace is sustained in the state so that Kaduna can remain one," he reiterated while assuring the governor of Bajju community's readiness to support his administration.

He thanked the governor for continuating the road project between Zonkwa and Ayagan and urged to ensure that the work did not stop half way.

The essence of the visit according to him is to condole the governor over the sudden death of his former boss, Governor Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa as well as to congratulate him on his divine elevation.

Governor Yero in his response thanked the Bajju Community for their visit while assuring them that his government will continue from where Yakowa stopped.

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