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NCPC boss, CAN condemn farmlands, crops destruction, task Nigerians on peaceful co-existence



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By Moses Mark

The Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) and CAN Chairman Northern States, Rev. Dr. Yakubu Pam has condemned the recent destruction of crops on farmlands in some part of Plateau State by suspected Fulani herdsmen.

He called on the security agencies to intensify efforts toward the safety of farmers and their farmlands to avert the looming food scarcity a cross the nation

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Pam made the call while speaking to Journalists on Sunday in Jos, shortly after he paid condolence visit to the family of Late Maj.-Gen. Dung Chong, the former Director of Military Intelligence.

He described the destruction of crops in farmlands of the poor people in the villages as evil.

“All those doing this destruction of the crops of poor farmers in their farmland is complete evil, when poor people have suffered to farm and with the hope of harvest and overnight the crops destroyed is completely evil and all those doing that must stop, the security must arrest them”. adsbygoogle || []).push({});

He noted that nigerians to be united for the overall growth and development of the nation.

The NCPC boss also called on Nigerians to imbibe the spirit of love and peaceful co-existence, adding that such move would entrench purposeful development.

“We have one God, same blood running in our veins and we are one people living in one indivisible nation, So, we must unite and learn to live together for the growth and development of this great nation.

“We can only get to where we want as a people if we put our differences aside and begin to tolerate each other and we should not allow crisis marchants; the evil ones to continue to sow seed of discord and hatred in our minds,”.

He also called on Nigerians to support the government and the security agencies to end all forms of insecurity in the country.

“We must join hands and support the government to fight insecurity, suggest better policies that will promote education, agriculture, economy and all that will make our nation better,”.


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