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Middle Belt Youths Cry Out To Government Over Killing By Yakubu Busari,Jos

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The middle belt group have condemned and cry out to federal government to stop the incessant attack and killing of innocent people.
The National secretary ,the  United Middle belt youth movement spokesman Mr Emmanuel Zopmal encourages the youths to actively participate in the electoral process in order to produce ,urging government not to sleep on issues raised promised to work towards seeing an indivisible Nigeria.
Zopmal pointed out that they have come up with blueprint on how to address the challenges affected their communities with the promised to speak with one voice.
He said they have produce a journal that would help them upgrade the activities, stressing government should set up camps for our displaced people who do not have homes to lives.
Emmanuel Zopmal also debunked alleged statements that they youths buy nominations form to some aspirants, he says no youths can purchase a nomination form to any aspirants in the country, he described them as they most marginalised in the present government.
The national leaders said,” adequate medical care should be provided in the various camps for victims who are malnourished in vulnerable states.
He called on NEMA to intensify its efforts and provide necessary relief materials that they required.
Zopmal lamented government must take a step further to address the issue of education of the displaced people.

He blamed that the middle belt youths are the most vulnerable in this situation must be involved in any national security measures to be put in place in addressing the current challenges in the region.

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