Senator Hassan Mohammed Gusau, the deputy governor of Zamfara State, praised A A Sparks, the state’s NSCDC command, for holding a successful stakeholders’ peace dialogue conference in Gusau, the state’s capital.
When he opened the peace meeting hosted by NSCDC at the Jubril Bala Yakubu Secretariat event hall in Gusau, the state capital, the Acting Governor made this clear.
Senator Hassan Gusau stated that the corps has distinguished itself in all dimensions of the battle against insecurity and in the maintenance of peace in Zamfara State and the country at large under the leadership of Commandant Sparks in the state and the Commandant General, Abubakar Audi Ahmed.
The second speaker, Professor Lawal Mohammed Mayanchi, a well-known professor in the Faculty of Education and Dean of the Postgraduate School at the Federal University of Gusau, reviewed the level of insecurity in Zamfara State and looked at the social and economic repercussions it has on everyone in the state.
The state’s social and economic activities have been impeded, according to Professor Mayanchi, a retired army officer.
Therefore, he urged every inhabitant of the state to support peace in order to raise the state’s social and economic standing.
The chairman of the council of Ulamas, a deradicalized bandit who has changed his ways, and the representative of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) president in Zamfara State were among the other speakers at the occasion, according to BROOM HOME.
The guests were hailed earlier by Mr. A. A. Sparks, state commandant of the NSCDC, for accepting the corps’ invitation to the peace talks.
On behalf of the Commandant General, Dr. Abubakar Audi Ahmed, he presented the message of goodwill to each participant.