The Northern Governor put an end to anxiety in the northern state at an emergency meeting held at Sir Kashim Ibrahim’s house in Kaduna. The meeting discussed important topics of mutual interest, especially the development of agriculture and security in the region. The meeting was chaired by the chairman of the forum, who doubled the role of plateau governor Simon Lalong and read this correspondence at the end of the emergency meeting.
One of the resolutions reached at the meeting was a way to solve current security problems, despite the joint efforts of all levels of government, at which the forum decided to continue to take a sustainable and holistic approach to solving them. The Forum’s firm decision to save and relocate areas, especially in the areas of security, economics and social development, is to meet the aspirations and aspirations of the northern regions.
The Governor also approved a national livestock restructuring plan and encouraged non-pilot states to participate in this program.
He noted that the plan of Roga provides for the relocation and the fight against victims in the main conflict zones. In an interview with reporters, Governor Matawalle Well said the peace process and administrative coordination are going well because the state has recovered from all sides. He demanded the collective dedication of all leaders at all levels of government, supporting the peace that citizens have enjoyed so far. Matawalle also said that efforts are being made to migrate all those involved in national gang activities by creating economically viable and independent social intervention programs.
The Governor of Sokoto, jigawa, kwara, Niger and Nasarawa also attended, and other states governors were represented as a representative.