IN a fresh attempt to restore normalcy to the area, the indigenes of Irigwe in Bassa Local Council of Plateau State, the Hausa and Fulani communities living in the area yesterday signed a peace pact to end incessant clashes in the area.
In the agreement, the three communities unanimously submitted that they were tired of their communal clashes and pledged to stop the bloodbath in the neighbourhood.
The event was witnessed by soldiers of the Special Task Force (STF), Bassa Local Council Chairman ...
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Added February 09, 2011
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