By Augustine Osayande
Senator Gyang Nyam Pwajok, representing Plateau North at the National Assembly, has warned residents of the state against any form of reprisal attack. The Senator expressed concern over the spate of bombing and terrorist attacks in Jos, the Plateau state capital, saying the terrible development had become a major challenge that all hands most be on deck to tackle.
The lawmaker said the recent attacks in the city are not targeted at a particular group but cut across various segments of the society and called on security agencies in the state to provide pro-active measures to checkmate any form of violence.
In a statement by the Senator’s spokesman, Chuwang Dung on Monday morning, the Senator sent his condolences to the entire people of Jos north LGA, and the families of the victims of the last Saturday bomb attack that occurred within Bauchi road in Jos.
He lamented the spate of attacks on the people of his constituency, urged the people to be security conscious while assuring them that the National Assembly is partnering with the federal and state governments to ensure that terrorist activities was brought to standstill.
The Law maker noted that the obvious intention of the unpatriotic elements and the forces behind the attacks is to create unnecessary tension in the state as well as set back the progress the governor Jonah David Jang government has recorded in the restoration of peace in the state.