Paramount ruler of Kadarko chiefdom in Keana Local Government Area of Nasarawa state, His Royal Highness, Fabian Orogu, has admonished Nigerians, irrespective of their tribal and ethnic differences, to coexist peacefully with one another and thus foster unity and boost the development of the nation.
He spoke in his palace in Kadarko town while commiserating with the leaders and members of Ipusu community, one of the clans of Tiv nation in the area, over the demise of the village head of Sule community, Chief Samuel Aor Sule.
The Royal father who, described the late village head as a man of peace who lived a life worthy of emulation, described the demise as a big loss not to only Kadarko Chiefdom and Nasarawa State, but Nigeria as a whole.
He regretted that the deceased of the chief at a time the Federal Government under President Muhammadu Buhari was working assiduously in collaboration with security agencies, the traditional leaders, and other stakeholders to restore peace in all parts of the country.
“It is very unfortunate that we have loss a peacemaker, someone who dedicated his life time in seeing that there was peaceful coexistence among all and sundry. He was my eyes in this (Sule community) part of the chiefdom but we believe that God knows why he has taken him at this time,” he stressed.
Born in 1981, late Samuel Aor Sule died after a brief illness and has since been committed to mother earth.

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