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Plateau lawmaker condemns killing of 12 persons in Kuru district

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The House of Representatives member representing Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency, Dachung Bagos, has condemned the killing of 12 persons in Kashe, Kuru District of Jos South Local Government Area of the state.

Mr Bagos made the condemnation when he visited the scene on Monday.

According to newsmen, gunmen invaded the community on Sunday night, killed 12 persons, and injured five.

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The incident occurred at about 7 p.m. on Friday at a mining site belonging to Cabitex Company.

After touring the area, Mr Bagos described the incident as “sad and unfortunate”.

He decried the spate of killings in his constituency and the state in general.

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“This is very sad and unfortunate; that 12 able bodied men are killed for no reason.

“This is a failure to secure the lives and property of citizens.

“This is why we have been clamouring for state police, because with such arrangements, insecurity will drastically reduce.

“I don’t know if government is waiting for this to happen to public figures before it beefs up security in our communities,” he said

Mr Bagos called on security agencies to intensify efforts at safeguarding the lives and property of the people.

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He also called on the people to be patient and law abiding, and to desist from embarking on reprisal attacks.

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“I am pleading with the people to be patient and law abiding.

“We will continue to emphasize the need for restructuring of the security architecture that will address our current security challenges,” he said.


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