Muhammadu Buhari has urged residents of Plateau state to learn to live in peace with one another.
The President said this on Tuesday at a meeting with stakeholders on the current security situation in Plateau.
It would be recalled that scores of the people were killed in several communities across four local government areas of the state.
Vice President Yemi Osibanjo was in the state on Monday where he assessed the situation and also interacted with stakeholders.
Less that 24 hours, the President came himself to console the people and interact with them.
“I have contested elected elections to protect lives and properties and that I will do.
“As Commander-in-Chief, I will continue to put pressure on the security chiefs to do what is needed of them,” he assured.
Buhari condemned the killings and charged the leadership at every level to be awake to their responsibility of driving the peace process.
He commiserated with the bereaved urging the leaders to pass his message of condolence to those who lost their loved ones.
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