By Andrew Onos, Jalingo
Taraba State Governor, Arc. Darius Ishaku has constituted a ten man committee to find out the remote causes of lingering crisis between waring communities of Shomo and Jole over a fishing pond in Lau local government area of the State.
Ishaku, in a press released signed by his deputy chief press secretary in Jalingo said the committee was constituted to recommend to government measure to curb the long lingering crisis.
He release informed that the committee has the deputy governor of the state, Engr. Haruna Manu as chairman.
He release added that other members of the committee includes secretary to the state government, Hon Anthony Jellason, commissioner of police, director of state service, chief of staff government house administration, Hon. Rebo Usman, commandant security and civil defense corps, permanent secretary, Taraba State bureau for local government and Chieftaincy affairs, Alh. Bello Yerro, commissioner of information, Mr. Anthony Danburam, the chief of Lau, Alh. Abubakar Danburam III and Dr Alfred Yahaya Kobiba.
The release noted that the committee was given two weeks to submit its report to the state government and to assist by unveiling the circumstances leading the crisis as well as fashion out workable measures to nib the problem in the bud for the attainment of sustainable development.
KAKAAKI recalled that the crisis between the two communities started during the military era shortly after the creation of the state and had crippled the economic activities and socio-political growth of the area.