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Mutfwang seeks NAF support to end Killings in Plateau 



GOVERNOR Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State has called for more collaboration with the Nigerian Air Force and other security agencies to end the cycle of killings in the state, promising more support to security agencies.

Mutfwang stated this Tuesday when he received the Commandant, Air Force War College, Makurdi, AVM Adebayo Kehinde, at the Old Government House, Rayfield, Jos, who visited the governor in company of the participants of Course 10, 2024.

Represented by his deputy, Mrs. Josephine Piyo, Governor Mutfwang reiterated his administration’s commitment to provide the necessary support and enabling environment for the security agencies to effectively discharge their constitutional responsibilities of protecting the lives and property of citizens.

The governor described the Nigerian Air Force as one of the crucial and critical institutions in the fight against insurgency, banditry, kidnapping and other forms of insecurity in Nigeria.

Earlier, the Commandant stated that the 2024 Course 10 participants were in the state to undertake a study on armed banditry and its effect on the people of the state.

Kehinde said that the War College had been closely following events in the state in the past few years and its security challenges, a situation which, he said, needed proper interrogation to find lasting solutions.

He added that all hands must be on deck to put an end to the current violent attacks on law abiding citizens.

The commandant was hopeful that at the end of the study, a solution would be proffered towards tackling the current challenges in Plateau State and Nigeria in general.

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