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In the wake of devastating attacks during the Christmas period, citizens of Plateau State have taken a united stand, voicing their concerns through impassioned protests.

The recent tragic incidents, particularly the Plateau Massacre, which claimed over 190 lives, have spurred the entire state into collective action, demanding justice, increased security measures, and long-term strategies to tackle the underlying issues fueling the violence.

Led by a Peace foundation, demonstrators mourned with the Middle Belt community, submitting a petition to the governor, urging immediate action to end the senseless killings plaguing the state.

The Plateau Massacre marks a distressing recurrence of terror attacks in the region, highlighting the pressing need for tangible actions to ensure the safety and well-being of fellow citizens.

The orchestrated nature of the recent attack has raised concerns about alleged funding and potential support from unidentified personnel in public offices.

Source: @MbeltPatriots

Despite the severity of the incident, no perpetrators have been apprehended yet, leaving the community grappling with a sense of insecurity and fear.

The ongoing protests underscore the urgent call for concrete measures and sustained efforts to address the root causes of the violence, providing a safer environment for the people of Plateau State.

As citizens continue to demand justice and security, the state remains in a state of mourning, and government and stakeholders must find lasting solutions to prevent further tragedies from befalling their community.

 

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