Karu LGA boss sues for peace, harmony among communities

GodGift Ifunanya
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the  Chairman of Karu Local Government Area of  Nasarawa State, has  urged  communities in the area to embrace peaceful co-existence among themselves.

 Thomas made the call  in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Karu.

NAN reports that the call followed the  recent  land crisis between the Gurku community and Aso Pada community of Karu.

He directed both communities to go back and resolve their differences as that was what they were known for.

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“Let us not allow grievances to destroy the existing  relationship  between the average Gwandara man and Gbagyi man.

“Among residents in all our communities within Karu Local Government, where you

find a Gbagyi man you also find a Gwandara man.

“Let us rekindle that spirit, provide for your neighbor when he is in need, that is the unique attribute that should  be emulated by all,” Thomas said.

The chairman appreciated the people of Karu for their resilience in ensuring a united Karu, where everyone is their brothers keeper.

“Let us always embrace the spirit of oneness for the sake of our unborn generation,”he said.

He thanked all  that had  intervened one way or the other in the crises, and promised to resolve the matter amicably.

NAN reports that Karu is the boundary between Nasarawa State and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT ) where most FCT workers reside. It has over 10 wards.

The dominant indigenes of Karu  are the Gbagyi speaking people and the Gwandara people among others.

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