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Taraba crisis: Ishaku tackles senator on Fulani herdsmen – Punch Newspapers

24.6.17

Taraba crisis: Ishaku tackles senator on Fulani herdsmen – Punch Newspapers: The governor said, “Those calling for an emergency rule are giving the fake impression that the entire state is engulfed in an uncontrollable crisis. Well, that is not true and they know it. How come these same people did not call for emergency rule a few weeks ago when Fulani herdsmen unleashed mayhem in Ussa and Takum?

“We didn’t hear of emergency rule when people were killed at Agatu, Katsina Ala and all the other places where Fulani herdsmen had unleashed hell. But now, because of an unfortunate crisis that the state has promptly dealt with, we are hearing the clarion call for an emergency rule.


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