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14 Mar 2015
RIGHT from the outset, Plateau State is not known for political violence. This informed the state’s appellation of “Home of Peace and Tourism.” When democratic governance returned in Nigeria in 1999, hate campaigns, hate speeches were unknown to the Plateau people until the state lost its innocence in 2001 not to political violence, but to extraneous religious violence and colouration which is still staring the state in the face up till date.

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