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Insecurity Forces Adamawa Government To Cancel Sallah Homage To Traditional Rulers

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Adamawa State Government Cancels Homage To Traditional Rulers For This Year.

The Adamawa state Government has cancelled Sallah homage to traditional rulers and other stakeholders in the state for this year due to insecurity and emergencies created by flooding.

A statement by the state Commissioner for Information, Mr Ahmad Sajo, in Yola today said this year’s homage was cancelled after due consultations with the leadership of the traditional institution in the state.

Sajo said: “After due consultation with the Chairman, Adamawa State Council of Emirs and Chiefs, the Adamawa State Government has directed that the usual Sallah homage be cancelled.

“The cancellation was due to a number of reasons which included insecurity and the emergencies created by flooding which washed away a number of bridges and rendered many families homeless.”

He however urged traditional rulers, prominent citizens and critical stakeholders in the state to use the Sallah period to sensitise the people on the importance of peace, unity and security.’’

The commissioner appealed to the people to also use the period to reflect on things that unite them rather than those that divide them.

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