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Junkun Muslims denounce crises, pledge support for govt


A cross-section of Muslims at a praying ground...

A cross-section of Muslims at a praying ground…

Dissatisfied by the incessant eruption of religious upheavals in Wukari Local Government Council of Taraba State, the Jukun Muslims in the area have disassociated themselves from the crises and have pledged their unflinching support to the state government and the Federal Government at large.

The Muslims who did not want to be linked with the various unrest that have erupted in the area which have led to massive destruction of lives and property drummed that “we are not in support of any action, behaviour or programme that will further escalate crises.”

The religious group spoke Sunday while briefing journalists in Jalingo the state capital on how the mayhem have retarded the growth of the area, believed that what Wukari is presently yearning for is peace.

Led by its coordinator, Alhaji Isa Maimako Zhema, said “we wish to disassociate ourselves from any provocative comments, actions or statements aimed at escalating the crises” stressing “Wukari needs peace more than anything to develop.”

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