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The Inspector-General of Police( IG), Mr Ibrahim Idris, has disagreed with the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), on the number of people killed in the Southern Kaduna crises.


The Catholic Archdiocese of Kafanchan had alleged that the unrest in Southern Kaduna had claimed over 808 lives, in 53 villages in the area.

But Idris disputed the claim in Abuja on Sunday at the new year dinner organised by the Nigeria Police Force for its personnel.

He stressed the need for religious, community and political leaders to be patriotic in their endeavours for peace to reign in the countrThe IG cautioned Nigerians to avoid unnecessary tension which could lead to destruction of lives and property.

He said that Nigerians had no other country than Nigeria, hence the need to do those things that would bring peace and unity to the country.

Idris advised Nigerians to live in peace with one another in spite of religious and ethic differences.

He commended officers and men of the force for their commitment to providing security to all Nigerians across the country.

Idris restated the Nigeria Police Force’s commitment to providing adequate security without bias to any section of the country.

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  1. Mr Inspector general how many people actually died since u disagree with that of CAN. whatsoever has been the paln of the noethern elite for kaduna south will fail, the living Gid will contend with you people and your counsel will coke to nought. Those fighting with the people of kaduna south will drink their blood and eat the flesh of their children.

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  2. Absolute nonsense

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  3. Enter your comment...about 3000 thousand people lost their lives in cattle market in Potiskum, Yobe state taught of 808 in 53 villages nonsence that one no be live a be?

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    1. Even killing of one person should be of concern to the rulers of Nigeria. They condemned German terror attack even when worse one is happening here. Time shall tell.

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  4. Hypocritical! The Hausa-Fulani herdsmen, Boko haram and military personnel continue to massacre defenseless Christians and Igbos in Nigeria while preaching peace and religious tolerance. This country Nigeria needs to be divided to solve these barbaric killings.

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  5. Fulani herdsmen rated a top terrorist group but our fulani president keeps quiet.

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