The Senate fact finding committee on the spate of attacks in eight states of the federation has visited Jos, Plateau State capital, with a view to dialogue with stakeholders to find lasting solution to constant Fulani attacks on communities in the state.
Speaking during a courtesy call to the state governor, Jonah Jang, in Government House, Rayfield, Jos, at the weekend, the leader of the eight-man delegation, Mohammed Magoro, said the committee was inaugurated following a motion moved by Barnabas Gemade, as a matter of urgency, to find lasting solution to constant attacks in Benue, Nassarawa, Plateau, Zamfara, Kaduna states.
According to him, the committee were in the first phase of its visit to Nassarawa and Plateau states to interact with Security Chiefs in the state, traditional and religious leaders on the way forward.
Jang, who was represented by his deputy, Ignatius Longjam, speaking while receiving the delegation, lamented a situation where people would be attacked all the time and the attackers would disappear into thin air, without any arrest made.
He described security situation in the country as terrible, while appealing to the committee members to find time to visit communities and villages where the attacks by this enemies of progress of the state took place.
He commended security operatives for doing their best, stressing that they should not relent in their effort to nip in the bud any threats to lives and property