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Sanga LGA is supported by the Kaduna government in response to bandit assaults

Following numerous attacks by bandits on their towns, the Kaduna State Government expressed its sympathy for the residents of Sanga Local Government Area on Friday.

This occurred during the presentation of staff of office to the Chief of Gwantu, His Highness, Alhaji Balarabe Abdullahi Karma, held in Gwantu, Sanga LGA, on Thursday, December 22, 2022, according to a statement signed by Governor Nasir el-Rufai and put on his Facebook wall on Friday.

While expressing sympathy to everyone who lost family members or property in the incident, Governor Nasir el-Rufai also reassured them that the security forces will continue to pursue robbers.

He added: “As we approach the 2023 elections, I ask to our traditional, community, and religious leaders to continue preaching to ensure peaceful enjoyment of democratic rights. I urge all communities to keep friendly relations and mutual coexistence. Encourage everyone who is legally allowed to vote to do so freely, without fear or intimidation.

He urged young people not to let politicians use them to restrict anyone’s constitutional right to vote for the party and candidate of his or her choice.

While congratulating the Gwantu Chiefdom’s residents, who have expressed their happiness at the restructuring of the old Gwantu Chiefdom that led to the creation of the Arak Chiefdom, Governor Nasir el-Rufai noted that Gwantu is a historical chiefdom with a long history that the Kaduna State Government re-established to address an administrative inconsistency.

In order to make this old chiefdom one of the best in the state, thriving in peace, harmony, and inclusion, he stated, “we wish the people of this old chiefdom and the Gwantu Traditional Council every success.”

He also guaranteed that there will be sufficient protection to allow people to exercise their right to vote.

We kindly request that His Royal Highness, Alhaji Balarabe Abdullahi Karma, see his new position as a call to serve. We request that the Gwantu Traditional Council members, title holders, and all other ruling houses in the chiefdom treat the new chief of Gwantu with respect and support him fully. We urge everyone living in the Gwantu Chiefdom to promote peace and peaceful cooperation, he said.

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