Fulani/Kuteb Peace Committee Presents Report to Taraba Gov

The peace committee on the lingering crises between Fulani and Kuteb communities in Taraba State has presented its long-awaited report to the state governor, Dr. Agbu Kefas.

The committee, headed by Rev. Yakubu Shamaki, was entrusted with the responsibility of finding lasting solutions to the lingering crisis between the Kuteb and Fulani communities in the state.

This was disclosed on the official website of the Taraba State government, indicating that despite the efforts of the government and security agencies, communities continue to grapple with persistent attacks resulting in displacements. 

The report contains recommendations by the committee aimed at addressing the root causes of the conflict.

The governor harped on the importance of securing the safety of both people and property, promising to work towards restoring harmony among the people of the state.

He commended the committee and stressed that the report would be diligently studied and implemented for lasting peace among the communities.

WikkiTimes had reported that after years of fierce rivalry clashes, two communities in Takum and Ussa local councils in the state signed a pact to sheathe their swords for peaceful coexistence.

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However, a few months later, the two communities breached an earlier truce and continued wreaking havoc on each other. Hitherto, the face-off between the two communities resulted in scores of deaths and property worth millions destroyed.


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