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Council Boss Promises To End Cattle Rustling In Langtang South By Yakubu Busari,Jos

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Local Government Council Chairman  of Langtang-South  Hon. Nancwat Bendel  has promised  to put an  end to  the problem of cattle rustling and   insurgency affecting the southern senatorial district.
Hon. Nancwat stated this yesterday at Green House to congratulate the Governor- elect on his landslide victory at the poll .
He assured the governor-elect that the  problem and crisis in  the Southern   Zone of Plateau state will soon  be a thing of the past.
Bendel also maintained that our  political deferences should not tear us apart but to serve as a strength ,our  local communities are not the major problem what we are facing now is the Fulani herdsmen that are responsible for causing unnecessary crises amongst the people  who always come and attack us.
 He  called  on the security agencies to increase their security survillance by providing  adequate measure that will help  the incoming administration of Bar. Simon Lalong to govern the state under peaceful atmosphere.
According to him , the elections  is the choice of the electorates and the emergence of Bar. Lalong as the governor-elect in Plateau state is the wish of the people!, by scoring the highest vote at the April 11 guber poll.
The Chairman of Jos-North local government Hon Danjuma Sanda also affirmed  that, the 2015 general election  remain the most peaceful election ever recorded in the state capital”.
Sanda appreciated the effort of President Goodluck Jonathan for keeping the country together by conceiving defeat even before the formal declaration of result by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Adding that, Mr President has stand on his word that. “His ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian”.
The Chairman added that with the delicate nature of Jos-north local government area in the state. “We did not recorded any blood-bath again as well as snatching of  ballot boxes, ballot papers or anything that  might have mare the election.
While congratulating the governor-elect Bar. Lalong, he stresses that, politicking always have different interest, election has come and gone and the victory of Barister Lalong is the voice of the people.

He thanked the governor-elect for embracing everyone in the state devoid of who vote him or not.

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