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Stop Preaching Hatred In Nigeria, Plateau Youth Warns Muslims Cleric

The Youths  in Plateau Central  have received with absolute shock the way and manner a plateau youth became victim of Boko Haram  kidnapping and gruesome killing, an act which was shown in a video circulating across the world on the Internet.

Comrade Ayuba Jepla Shamdung in a statement on behalf of the group, expressed displeasure with the incessant killings in the name of God, and particularly calling on Plateau citizens as their prime target which he said is barbaric.
 He charged federal government to improve the well-being of common man on the street that is going about their legitimate business.
 Jepla condemned in strong terms, the gruesome murder of a law abiding Nigerian and a Plateau son, Ropvil Daciya Dalep by rampaging Boko Haram bloodletting religion terrorists.

He disclosed that, they received with great sadness, the gruesome murder of a law abiding Nigerian and a Plateau son Ropvil Daciya Dalep by the rabid and blood thirsty Boko Haram.

“We condemn the killing of Ropvil, a 200L Biology student of the University of Maiduguri who was abducted while returning to school two weeks as promoting religion agenda and destroying our common unity, ”he added.

“You would recall that three (3) Plateau youths were adopted by the herders and killed  the constant harassment of innocent Nigerian  by these senseless elements,as a people  indeed we are in pained that our young people have become targets for terrorist despite our peaceful and receptive nature “,he explained further.

According to him, “This gruesome murder of an innocent Plateau citizens  is  unacceptable and unjustifiable is so  outrage to our  freedom of worship,  movement and respect for human sanctity .”

The recent in between the abduction and brutal killings of our youths ,Jepla described the act as  senseless, barbaric, inhuman, wicked and should be condemned by meaningful Nigerians.

Pointing out that,  in September, 2019, two innocent youths from Mangu LGA were brutally murdered in cold blood by Boko Haram and in last December, 2019 four (4) Indigenes of the State were abducted by the dreaded group, one of which regain freedom after being rescued by security agencies (Miss Jennifer Ukambong Samuel, an Aid Worker).

He stressed that the abduction and killings by Boko Haram insurgents have taken a new dimension as Plateau State indigenes are now their prime targets.

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