Military warns people fueling crises in Plateau

The Special Task Force, Operation Safe Haven that is maintaining peace in Plateau State, has warned those fueling crises in the state to stop or face the consequences.

The commander of the task force, Maj.-Gen. Ibrahim Ali, who spoke while receiving the reports of a special peace committee constituted by the task force said the perpetrators will soon be uncovered.

Ali also warned community leaders who harbour criminals in their communities to desist from the act or face the wrath of the law.

“I want to send a strong warning to crisis merchants and those that allow their communities to be used as hideouts for criminals,” NAN quoted him as saying.

He warned that they will be dealt with decisively irrespective of their positions and status in the society.

Ali, therefore, urged community, traditional, religious leaders in the state to support the task force in achieving peace in all parts of the state.

The commander also called on citizens of the state to be ambassadors of peace and build a better Plateau.

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