Herdsmen/Farmers Clashes: FG to rebuild Southern Kaduna villages

From Jibrin Miachi, Kaduna
The Federal Government has taken the responsibility of rebuilding all the houses among other property that were destroyed during the clashes between herdsmen and farmers in various parts of Southern Kaduna.
This is with a view to enabling the displaced people return home and continue their normal life.
The news was broken in Kafanchan on Monday when the Presidential Committee on Herdsmen/Farmersa�� Clashes headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbanjo was on an assessment tour of affected communities.
The communities to benefit from the project are Ninte, Ungwan Ajo, Golkofa, Godogodo, Dogon Fili, Gadabiyu, Anton, Pasakori, Kario, Dalle, Asso, Goska, and Dangoma in Jema’a Local Government Area.
Others are Tachira, Tsonje, Adu, Tafan, Kukum Daji, Kukum Gida, Agban, A. A. Abbas Filling Station, Takad, Garaje, Ashim, Mifi and Zilan in Takad Chiefdom all in Kaura Local Government Area.
In Zangon Kataf Local Government Area, the communities to be visited by the committee are Samaru Kataf, Katsit and Zonkwa while in Kauru Local Government Area are Ungwan Magaji, Ungwan Rimi, Kaziti, Kigbeni and Kigam communities.
The leader of the committee to Kaduna State who is also the Executive Director, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Engr James Akujobi, explained the delegation was in Southern Kaduna to evaluate all destroyed structures during herdsmen/farmers clashes in the area.
According to him, “it is the intention of the government that all those affected by the conflicts were rehabilitated by way of rebuilding the structures destroyed so that they can come back to their homes and continue with their normal lives.”

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