Plateau Killings: “Stop Blame Game” – Governor Lalong
The Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong, has called on citizens to stop apportioning blames regarding the recent spate of violence in the state, which led to the death of several persons. The governor who made the call earlier today while speaking to journalists after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, said instead of throwing blames, all concerned must come together to end the menace.
“We are all concerned about the killings. I will not say Plateau’s case is exceptional but it is the current one that is bringing everybody together.
“This issue of killings must stop. Even yesterday when I organised prayers for the repose of the souls of those who died in the recent crisis, I told those who attended that it is no longer time for blame games. Rather, it is time for us to be united and chase out the evil.
“If we don’t do that we will continue to blame each other and those who are the perpetrators will continue to be laughing,” he said.
Mr Lalong added that what is needed is for all those involved to be punished.
“No governor will sit down and encourage or allow crisis. Even by omission, if you see it, you must address it squarely,” he said.
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