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No one should be hostile to security personnel – Ortom warns Benue People

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Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom has warned folks of the state in opposition to being hostile to safety brokers.

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The Governor additionally warned in opposition to actions that would result in the demise of safety operatives despatched to the state to revive peace.

Governor Ortom gave the warning on Saturday in Daudu throughout a funeral oration in honour of the late John Azulo who died of suspected COVID-19 problems and was buried a number of months in the past.

Within the phrases of the Governor, “Nobody must be tempted to be hostile to any safety personnel not to mention molestation. I received’t discuss of attacking or killing safety males,” Ortom said.

The Governor stated safety brokers are supposed to shield lives and property they usually have households like all of us simply as blood runs of their veins the identical method it does in others.

He stated somewhat than being hostile, the folks of the state, notably youths ought to assist the businesses within the execution of their constitutional duties of implementing the regulation.

The Governor assured that the militia group in Konshisha native authorities that killed troopers have murdered sleep, stressing that his administration would guarantee they’re apprehended and made to face the total wrath of the regulation.

Governor Ortom extolled the virtues of Chief Azulo, describing him as one who resisted the temptation to derail from his recognized rules of affection, peace, truthfulness and energy of character for which he would all the time be remembered.

Speaker, Benue State Home of Meeting, Mr Titus Uba stated the assorted testimonies of exemplary way of life that had poured in throughout Chief Azulo’s funeral ought to problem all who got here in touch with him to stay worthy lives.

In separate orations, Home of Representatives Member for Makurdi-Guma, Hon Benjamin Mnzondu, Guma Council Chairman Hon Caleb Aba and the Ter Guma, Chief Dennis Shemberga all eulogized the deceased and alluded to his exemplary way of life.

Earlier, the Parish Priest of St Francis Catholic Church Daudu, Reverend Father James Bature whose sermon centred on ‘one’s life, earlier than and after demise,’ challenged Christians to stay the form of life that would assist them make heaven once they die.

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