Former Executive Secretary of Taraba State Emergency Management Agency, SEMA, Mr. Nuvalga Dan Abuh has assured the Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs in the state that Governor Darius Ishaku was committed to addressing the security challenges in some communities in the state.
Speaking with Nigerian Pilot in Jalingo yesterday, the former SEMA chief executive informed that the state government was taking steps to take care of the victims of the crisis and rain storm, who have been camping in Kurmi, Bali, Donga and other parts of the state.
The Ishaku-led administration, Abuh noted, would do everything within its power to ensure that normalcy returns to the crisis areas in the state.
Government has promised to deploy more security personnel to the affected crisis areas in the state to safeguard lives and properties, the former SEMA boss revealed.
The public, Abuh opined, should always report any suspicious movement to security agents in order to crack down those distorting the peace of innocent people in the state.
Ishaku, according to him, had already appealed to the IDPs in the state to be patient with the situation they have found themselves at the moment, as he insisted that government was working round the clock to address their problems.
Over 10, 000 IDPs, Nigerian Pilot learnt, are currently taking refuge in Kurmi, Bali, Donga and other parts of the state as a result of ethno- religious crisis and rain storm.

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