Sahara Reporters Latest News Today Thursday 18th February 2021

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Woman Kills Husband In Ondo For Receiving Phone Call From Mistress

A housewife, Queen Beatrice, has reportedly killed her husband, Emmanuel lkujuni, with a plank of wood for receiving calls from another woman in her presence. 
According to a Vanguard report, a fight ensued and the suspect used a plank of wood to hit her husband in the head at Omotosho, Okitipupa area of Ondo State.

Sources said Ikujuni slumped and before help could come from their neighbours, he gave up the ghost.
An eyewitness said, “By the time the neighbours could rush the husband to a nearby hospital, he had died.”
Speaking to journalists, a sister of the deceased, Imoleayo Ikujuni, who confirmed the incident said the wife challenged her late brother for calling another lady in her presence
“During the fight, she hit him with a plank and he died instantly. They have arrested her.
“She has been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, SCIID, in Akure for further investigation.”
A family member of the deceased said the corpse had been deposited at the mortuary for autopsy.
When contacted, the state police spokesperson, Tee-Leo Ikoro, confirmed the report and said investigation into the case had commenced. 

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E2%80%99ll-visit-kagara-over-abduction-students-school-workers-%E2%80%94sheikh-gumi target=_blank rel=noopener>I’ll Visit Kagara Over Abduction Of Students, School Workers —Sheikh Gumi

Islamic scholar, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has promised to visit Kagara, the Niger community, where some students and staff members of a government school were abducted on Wednesday morning. 
Some students and staff members of Government Science Secondary School, Kagara, headquarters of Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State, were abducted early Wednesday morning.

According to Daily Trust, Gumi described the incident as unfortunate and promised to promised to go to the communitu during a visit to the Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello. 
He said he was on his way to Kebbi State but decided to stop over in Minna, Niger State capital, to speak with the governor over the kidnap incident.
The cleric said it was his first time of visiting Niger, adding that his discussion with the governor was to enable the government find a solution to insecurity.
“The governor and I spoke on several ways to deal with insecurity in a holistic manner and find solutions to the insecurity problem in the state,” he said.
Two weeks ago, Gumi had met with bandits in their hideouts, appealing to them to embrace peace.
He later asked the Nigerian and state governments to offer amnesty to bandits, saying dialogue is the solution to insecurity.
But some stakeholders, including Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State, had rejected the recommendation.
They insisted that bandits must be punished for the crimes they committed and should not be given amnesty. 

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Defections: APC Looking For Big Names To Stay Relevant Over Its Failure, Says PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party has said the ruling All Progressives Congress is looking for big names in its revalidation exercise to stay relevant.
Speaking with SaharaReporters on Wednesday, PDP’s National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, said the APC has failed in its revalidation and registration exercise hence its strategy of re-registering people who had left the PDP long ago. 

The APC on January 25 commenced its membership registration, revalidation and upgrade exercise nationwide as part of its efforts to strengthen the party in the country.
Some known PDP bigwigs have made the headlines recently after they dumped the party for the APC to join the membership exercise.
But reacting to the development, the PDP chieftain said many of such people had left the party before now.
He cited the instance of two-term governor of Ogun State and the campaign manager for Atiku Abubakar, PDP’s presidential candidate in the last general elections, Gbenga Daniel.
According to him, Daniel left the party long ago and simply defected from one APC faction to another.
He said, “Otunba Gbenga Daniel, immediately after the 2019 election, gave a public notice that he was leaving the party and that he was leaving politics completely. In March 2020, about a year ago, Gbenga Daniel in a public appearance declared that his people had come to ask him to leave for the APC one year ago and that he had no choice but to obey his people and he had since then been working with the governor of Ogun State so where is the news coming from that he just left the PDP?
“If there is any decamping regarding Otunba Gbenga Daniel, that means he decamped from one APC faction to another. Even in the message he gave out some days ago, he said he had been with the governor of Ogun State which means he had left the PDP since last year, so it was nothing new but what Nigerians must understand is that because of the failure of revalidation and registration exercise being conducted by the APC, they are looking for big names from the PDP, they cannot find and that’s why they are picking remarkable people who left the party long ago as having left now.”
The PDP chieftain also debunked the news that a former deputy governor of Osun State, Iyiola Omisore, defected from the PDP to the APC.
He said Iyiola Omisore left the party a long time ago, “As a matter of fact, he contested election in Osun State on the platform of the Social Democratic Party, is SDP not different from PDP? Why are people now saying he just left the PDP, which PDP?”
Ologbondiyan alleged that the APC was jealous of the PDP, and wants to divide the party but has been unable to.
“They have some sort of attraction for the PDP, they want to divide the party and it is becoming very difficult for them to achieve. That’s why if someone left the PDP ten years ago, they repackage him as someone who just joined, what’s the meaning of that?”
According to him, the PDP remains strong and viable in the midst of oppositions. He stated that the APC rather has failed in ‘governance, as a party and in their strides to register members’.
“Our party (PDP) remains strong and very viable. Which sinking ship? There are no issues in PDP and there is no sinking ship as far as the PDP is concerned. Of recent, we had two governorship elections in the country, in Edo and in Ondo states, PDP won in Edo while APC won in Ondo, can a sinking political party be able to win a governorship election? Raw balderdash. 
“APC has failed woefully, they failed as a political party, they have failed in governance and in their strive to register members, they are just speaking balderdash.”
The Governor of Ebonyi State, David Umahi, had defected from the PDP to APC last November, claiming that politics of bitterness and anger drove him out of the party. 
Umahi was elected governor twice after also serving two terms as deputy governor under the PDP. He also served as the state’s party chairman from 2009 to 2011.
On January 31, a former member of the Enugu State House of Assembly, Obinna Okenwa, also defected from the PDP to the APC.
Okenwa, who represented Enugu South Urban in the state assembly from 2015 to 2019 on the platform of the PDP, declared for the APC with over 500 of his supporters, including his father, Emma Okenwa, a former deputy chairman of the PDP in the state.

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target=_blank rel=noopener>EXPOSED: Identity Of Kano Hisbah Commander Caught In Hotel With Married Woman

Sani Rimo has been identified as the senior official with the Kano State Hisbah Board caught with a married woman in a hotel.
SaharaReporters had on Tuesday reported how a commander of the Islamic police was arrested in a hotel in the Sabon Gari area of the city.

Rimo is said to be in charge of arresting beggars and prostitutes in Kano metro area.

He was taken into custody after the husband of the woman with whom he allegedly had an affair filed complaints.

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Hisbah officers regularly arrest unmarried people caught in hotels, presumably for sexual activities, as part of their enforcement of the Sharia. 
They are also notorious for destroying truckloads of alcoholic drinks.
Established to enforce Sharia, Hisbah recently banned stylish haircuts, sagging of trousers, playing of music at social events by disk jockeys and seized tricycles from riders for adorning them with pictures considered to be obscene and against the tenents of Islam in some states. 
Hisbah also banned commercial motorcycle and tricycle riders from carrying two women at a time.
This was in addition to other unusual directives reeled out by the Islamic police.

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E2%80%94apc-spokesman-nabena target=_blank rel=noopener>Lai Mohammed, You’re A Total Failure, Whatever You Say Is Considered A Lie —APC Spokesman, Nabena

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The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, Yekini Nabena, has said the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, is the biggest problem of the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Nabena said this in reaction to the minister calling him an “impostor.”

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Mohammed had also said he would not dignify Nabena with a response over his comment on the APC registration and revalidation in Kwara State.
The minister, who hails from Kwara, had demanded the immediate cancellation of the ongoing membership registration and validation in Kwara for non-compliance with the guidelines and regulations laid down by the party.
The APC deputy spokesman had, however, berated the minister over the demand and advised him to submit to the leadership of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq to allow peace to reign in the state APC.
In a statement on Wednesday titled, “Nabena to Lai Mohammed: Time has left you in darkness and can’t catch up,” the APC deputy national publicity secretary described Mohammed as a “total failure”. 
Nabena also said that time had left the minister behind in the scheme of things in the APC, adding that he (Mohammed) could no longer catch up with time unless he worked with his state governor, AbdulRazaq.
Nabena said, “Lai Mohammed should go back to his state chapter (Kwara) if he is still relevant there and work with the governor and other stakeholders for his voice to be heard at the national level.
“Lai Mohammed and his gang are calling for the cancellation of the registration exercise for their selfish interest.”
He added that “the details of evil plans to destroy the APC by the likes of the minister has been exposed and the party leadership is fully aware.” 
“At the right time, Lai Mohammed and his gang will be exposed and Nigerians will then know the real impostor that time is sooner.
“Time has left Lai Mohammed behind and he can’t catch up with time.
“Lai Mohammed and his fifth columnists are the biggest problems of this administration. As the Minister of Information and Culture that is supposed to explain the policies and programmes, including the remarkable achievements of this administration to Nigerians, Lai Mohammed has failed woefully. Whatever he says is considered a lie. If not, Lai should tell Nigerians what has been his contributions in the last five years,” Nabena said. 
The APC nationwide registration and revalidation exercise starting with the President has been criticised by some chieftains of the party, including the pioneer Interim APC National Chairman, Chief Bisi Akande.
Earlier on Tuesday, the minister had said he would not dignify anybody claiming to be the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the APC a response because such post did not exist.
Mohammed had said, “My attention has been drawn to the statement credited to one Yekini Nabena, who was described as the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), on the ongoing APC Membership Registration in Kwara State.
“The said Nabena must have been speaking for himself, as the APC National Caretaker Committee, as presently constituted, has no position like that of Deputy National Publicity Secretary.  
“As things stand, therefore, anyone claiming to be the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the APC is an impostor, hence I will not dignify such a pretender with a response.”
Nabena had also earlier berated Lai Mohammed over his demand for the cancellation of the ongoing membership registration and validation exercise in Kwara State.
He had advised the minister to put himself in the position of Governor AbdulRasaq and submit to his leadership in the party in Kwara.
Since the third week of January, the crisis in Kwara APC has pitched the governor against Lai Mohammed following which the APC leadership removed Bashir Bolarinwa as the caretaker chairman of the party in the state.
The protracted crisis broke the party into factions with the governor and Mohammed in a struggle to control the party.
Mr Bolarinwa, who is loyal to the minister, was removed by the Yobe State Governor Mai Mala Buni-led national caretaker committee of the party and replaced with Abdullahi Samari.
While the faction loyal to the governor swiftly lauded the development, party members on the side of Mr Mohammed see the hand of the governor in it and have been made even angrier.
The state’s lawmakers, however, endorsed the removal of Mr Bolarinwa and decried his public criticism of the state government.
Since APC regained control of Kwara following a sweeping victory in the 2019 general elections in the state, the party has been in crisis.

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E2%80%94arewa-united target=_blank rel=noopener>North, South-West Shouldn’t Fight, They’re Like Husband And Wife, Slave And Master —Arewa United Consultative Forum

The Arewa United Consultative Forum has called on northerners across the country not to retaliate against southerners following the recent clash between Yoruba and Hausa communities in Shasha market in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
The group said the North and South-West should not be engaged in such disputes, likening them husband and wife or slave and master relationship because of their “similar traditions and religious beliefs”. 

AUCF also condemned the crisis which has claimed lives and resulted in the loss of properties worth millions of naira, describing as the handiwork of the enemies of the country.
This was contained in a press statement released by the group and made available to SaharaReporters on Tuesday.
In the statement signed by its President, Alhaji Ado Shuaibu Dansudu, the forum recalled how the country had produced great leaders across ethnic lines working together to promote the unity of the country, which the present generation must imbibe.
Dansudu, however, said in the statement that the crises in Nigeria should be blamed on the enemies of the country who always fan embers of disunity, as it was with the past leaders.
“We call on all northerners not to retaliate following the unfortunate crisis that broke out in Shasha, Ibadan. We know that there are some elements who are trying to cause problems between the North and the South-West, but Insha Allah, their plans will be destroyed.
“The North and the South-West are just like husband and wife or slave and his master because we share similar traditions and religious beliefs. Besides, we are both accommodating but we don’t know what brought about the hatred and misunderstanding that is playing out between the northerners and the southwesterners.”
According to him, northerners and southerners have specific businesses they are known for which promote economic growth in the country, and ethnicity should not be allowed to destroy it.
“The northerners did not take over their businesses or their places in work. Anywhere you see 100 northerners in the South-West, they are only there to sell what they labour for. They also create jobs for the southerners like the abattoir.
“There are thousands of southerners working there and there are millions of them selling fresh meat all over the South-West, and there are thousands of them dealing in perishable food items and there are thousands of market women who buy from the market. Some even buy on credit. There are many markets in the South-West where there are no northerners because they don’t sell their items there. So there is a good understanding between northerners and the southerners right from independence.
“Sir Samuel Akintola was appointed by Sir Ahmadu Bello as the Premier of the South-West. General Yakubu (Gowon) appointed (Chief Obafemi) Awolowo as minister of finance. Then, Nigeria relied on the resources of the North before the discovery of oil. General Murtala (Mohammed) picked Obasanjo as his second-in-command.
“Also, General Ibrahim  Babangida picked a southerner as his second-in-command just as General Buhari picked Tunde Idiagbon. Similarly, General Sani Abacha picked Oladipo Diya as his second-in-command just as Buhari picked (Prof. Yemi) Osinbajo as his running mate in the recently concluded presidential election.
“Right from the time of Nigeria’s struggle for dependence at that time, Chief Obafemi Awolowo was the most popular and one of the dogged independence fighters. Some people who didn’t want the progress of the nation sabotaged him and instigated him to form a tribal political party.
“These same people caused misunderstanding between Chief Awolowo and Samuel Akintola who later became rivals and when Sir Akintola became the premier in the then Western Region, the same people told lies against Sir Akintola and Awolowo that he attempted a coup during Tafawa Balewa’s regime.
“In the Second Republic, these same people instigated Awolowo to form a political party along tribal lines after the assassination of Sir Ahmadu Bello and Tafawa Balewa. Chief Awolowo was the strongest and the most popular politician at that time and the same people sabotaged him from becoming the President of Nigeria.
“Once again; the same people prevented Chief MKO Abiola from becoming the President of Nigeria and the same people rejected (Ernest) Shonekan as the Head of Interim Government and the same people rejected Obasanjo for the Third Republic and the same people tied the hands of the five South-West states to give the Peoples Democratic whereby only Lagos State survived with the efforts of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and now the same people are trying to sabotage Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s ambition of becoming President. It will not be surprising if they turn round to blame the Northerners.
Dansudu also urged Nigerians to be wary of the enemies of the country trying to use ethnic and religious differences to cause havoc.
“It is the same set of people who are instigating the misunderstanding and problems between the Southerners and Northerners. Therefore we need to be very careful. Buhari is a northerner and Osinbajo is a southerner and they are taking coffee together and the Senate and House of Representatives’ members are taking coffee together. Ministers and ambassadors are taking coffee together; we the masses, why are we fighting and killing one another? When they send enforcement agents, they send three major tribes and when there is a religious crisis, they send Muslim and Christian enforcement agents to stop the crisis.
“If the people are saying Nigeria is not a good country, then we spoilt it together. But I know that the enemies of peace, since independence have been trying to use ethnicity and religion to cause a problem. Our question is ‘is it only Nigeria that has different tribes and religions?’ 
“What surprises us is that there are many southwesterners facing trial for killing their fellow southerners and there are northerners facing trial for killing their fellow northerners and there are easterners facing trial for killing their fellow easterners, likewise the South-South and there are Muslims facing trial for killing their fellow Muslims and Christians facing trial for killing their fellow Christians.
“Why not take the matter to the authorities or settle it amicably? If it is inter-tribal or inter-religious, it turns to violence. What happened in Shasha is very sad because innocent people lost their lives and properties. We must warn our people. To our surprise, most of the northern and southern boys are drug addicts, and the children of the drug dealers don’t use the drug so we have to do something about it.
“So we should not be killing one another on the basis of language because there are many northerners in the South who cannot locate their towns in the North. Likewise, there are southerners who cannot locate their towns in the South. They have naturally become northerners. I want to advise Nigerians to be their brothers’ keeper and to live in peace and harmony with one another.”

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Declare State Of Emergency On Security, Senate Tells Buhari

The Senate on Wednesday asked President Muhammadu Buhari to declare a state of emergency on security with immediate effect. 
The upper chamber made the call after a point of order by Senator Sani Musa representing Niger East, who is a member of the All Progressives Congress. 

Musa said this following the abduction of students and staff members of the Government Science Secondary School in Kagara, Niger State, which occurred early on Wednesday.
He said the criminals who carried out the attack were dressed in military uniforms.
He said the actual number of students abducted was not known but that the school had over 1, 000 students.
The senator said security agencies had explained that they were on the trail of the criminals.
The Senate, however, demanded the implementation of its ad hoc resolution on security and urged the combined team of military and police to set up an operation to destroy criminal camps in the country. 
Senator Sabi Abdullahi, also from Niger State, said the forest that extends to Niger State, and up to Zamfara State from the Federal Capital Territory was being used by the terrorists.
He said the fact that the bandits had invaded Niger State was an indication that the safety of lives and property of FCT residents was also threatened.
Senator Bima Enagi, also from Niger State, declared that the Buhari-led administration was not competent to address security challenges in the country.
He said, “We need to amend the constitution so that governors should be chief security officers of their states since the government at the centre has failed to protect the lives and property of Nigerians.
“The Federal Government is busy giving palliatives instead of creating employment, thus aggravating insecurity.”
Senate President, Ahmad 
Lawan, described the abduction of the students as unfortunate.
He, however, said the security agencies had challenges with personnel and funds.
He said, “Abduction of students from schools happens in the northern part of Nigeria.
“With incidences like this, parents would be scared to take their wards to school, and the efforts of the past and by present leaders at providing education would be defeated.
“Service chiefs have to secure the schools and carry the states along.”
Gunmen suspected to be armed bandits had early Wednesday morning invaded Government Science Secondary School in Kagara, headquarters of Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State, killing two students and abducting many others.
The armed men were said to have invaded the school around 3 am.
SaharaReporters gathered that some teachers and their family members residing within the College Staff Quarters were also abducted.

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E2%80%94victim-ibadan-market-crisis target=_blank rel=noopener>Our House Was Burnt, All I have Left Are The Clothes On My Back —Victim Of Ibadan Market Crisis

Mariam Abubakar, a 17-year-old food vendor at Shasha Market in Ibadan, Oyo State, where Yoruba and Hausa communities clashed last week on Wednesday said she would never forget her experience in the crisis. 
She said her parents’ house was burnt down and that she had been sleeping on bare floor since then. 

Also, according to her, all their belongings were burnt along with the house and all that she is left with are the clothes on her back.  
Mariam said she was not in their shop when the crisis started but heard it started with a misunderstanding about a pregnant woman and a young boy from Niger Republic.
According to Mariam, who said she was born in Shasha, many of the victims of the incident are innocent people looking for their daily bread in the market.
She said, “I don’t really know what happened because we usually hawk food but I saw the attack. As we speak, I cannot say this is what happened but those in the market can tell us what happened. I went to our shop before we left Seriki Shasha’s house, Walai, I could not identify our shop again. 
“My mum told me that she started hearing some noises, believing it was normal things because guys in the market usually make disturbing noises at times. She said suddenly, they entered our street and wherever they saw any Hausa person, they would set the house on fire.
“When I returned in the evening, I noticed many people had been killed. Aside from the clothes I have on, I was unable to take anything from our house.”
When asked whether she would return to Shasha now that the crisis is over, she said, “Even today, we heard somebody went to his house when he heard that the whole issue had been settled, but the man was thrown down from upstairs. In fact, he is still in the hospital now. Even those guys are going to hospitals to attack Hausa people. We need help. I cannot go back to Shasha again. The government should come to our rescue.
“The whole crisis could have been limited to the people directly involved, we don’t know why they attacked us like that. All of us were born here.”
Governors Seyi Makinde (Oyo), Abdullahi Ganduje (Kano), Bello Matawalle (Zamfara), Abubakar Bagudu (Kebbi), and Abubakar Bello (Niger) on Tuesday visited the troubled Shasha Market in Ibadan to proffer a lasting solution to the recent clash between Yoruba and Hausa communities there.
Arriving at the market, the governors visited the palace of Seriki Shasha, Alhaji Haruna Maiyasin.
There was a heavy presence of security in strategic places within and outside the market with aerial surveillance by the Nigeria Police Force.
The team, which included security heads in the state, Special Adviser to Governor Makinde on Security, Mr. Fatai Owoseni; Chairman, Advisory Council, Senator Hosea Agboola; and former Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Senator Monsurat Sumonu, were received warmly to the palace of Seriki Shasha.
The governors donated some money to the victims and promised to assist the victims further after the matter had been discussed at the next meeting of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum. 

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target=_blank rel=noopener>PHOTO NEWS: Broken Windows, Fallen Roofs: Dilapidated State Of GSC, Kagara, Niger State Where Bandits Abducted Many Students, Workers

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Fulani Herders Deserve Sympathy For Their Suffering, South-West Consumes 8,000 Cows Daily—Miyetti Allah

Miyetti Allah press conference in Abuja on Sunday

The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria has said Fulani herdsmen should not be stereotyped as criminals, adding that they have economic value in the South-West region also.
According to the MACBAN National President, Muhammad Kirowa, over 8,000 cows are consumed in the South-West region on a daily basis.

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He spoke at the stakeholders’ meeting on farmers and herdsmen’s clashes in Ogun State as they concerned the recent troubled communities.
Those present at the event were the Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun; Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu; Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawale; Kebbi State Governor, Atiku Bagudu and Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sanni Bello.
“Our people suffered more in the hands of criminals in Nigeria. But we have been portrayed as criminals. Herders deserve sympathy. They are not criminals. Over 8,000 cows are consumed in the South-West on a daily basis,” he stated.
The Sarkin Fulani of Abeokuta, Muhammad Kabir Labar, also noted that about 20 houses were burnt in the recent crisis in the state.
He said elements were bent “on setting our people against one another by whipping up ethnic sentiments.”
Recent clashes between Fulani herdsmen and farmers in the troubled areas of Yewaland claimed lives in Eggua, Ketu, Igbooro, Iselu, Agbon-Ojodu, Asa, Ibeku, Imeko and Oja-Odan.
Labar blamed the crisis on strangers who, he said, had disrupted peaceful coexistence enjoyed in the state over the years.
The Olu of Ilaro and paramount ruler of Yewaland, Oba Kehinde Olugbenle, warned herders and their association against making inflammatory remarks that would further worsen the situation.
Governor Abiodun said the farmers and herders in the state would sign a peace treaty.
He said those fomenting trouble and ethnic clashes in the state were non-residents.

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