Tarok Indigents Of Wase LG Seeks Federal Govt. Intervention To Return To Their Communities By Yakubu Wuyep,Jos
The internally displaced Tarok people of Wase Local Government Area of Plateau state have seek federal government intervention to return the people back to their communities.
This appealed was made in a press statement by the leadership of the Tarok native in the area who were attacks in 1998 till date suffering untold hardship.
The spokesman of the group and Chairman Ngwan Ishi Otarok Wase branch Mr Nanbut Jangle has said the Tarok people are peaceful in nature and predominantly farmers who occupied 80% of farmland were attacks by suspected hired displaced over 150 settlements in the council.
He disclosed that since the crisis broke out between the Native of Wase over Councillorship tussle spread across led to the death of many people most of our have been leaving with family relatives in Langtang North, Langtang south and neighboring local governments.
Jangle also decried the non-participation of the Tarok in the affairs of Local government since the incident occurred; we have been neglected completely without the present of government.
The chairman pointed out that the people have been suffering from drinking water, poor road linking Kadarkotown and lack primary, secondary school in all their settlements under the new communities.
He listed the affected communities include; Nasarawa,Tabo ,Gulen , Kukuki, Lohcan , Zamadede ,Nzam , Nzam Mwayin ,Dapna mission,Dapna laka ,Dam , Guruntung ,zam Jat ,Bwarat , Kyankurum, just to mention a few .
The statement urged the state government and federal government to put measure on ground to ensure that peace return to the council through interface meeting with leaders of both religious.
He also called for respect to the traditional rulers to avoid further breakdown of law and order by suspected people who never want peace to reign.