Kaduna residents write El-Rufai over increased suffering

– Residents of Kajuru and Kachia local government areas of Kaduna state have written Governor Nasir El-Rufai for making them pass through severe hardships – The residents, under the Adara Development Association (ADA), accused El-Rufai of selective dealings and subjecting them to a tiny minority domination – The association listed eight areas the governor and his administration have brought suffering on the people An ethnic nationality in Kaduna has written to the governor of the state, Nasir El-Rufai, informing him of the unbearable situation its people are passing through under the administration. Under the Adara Development Association (ADA) in the Kajuru and Kachia local government areas of the state, the residents alleged that they have been marginalised and made to face the consequences of discrimination in Kaduna.

Claiming that the governor and its administration have become insensitive to the plights of the people, the association noted that their area now experiences widespread attacks. The residents said some of them had been killed and houses burnt in the area populated by Christians but subjected to discrimination. In the letter, the residents named their concerns to include: 1. Widespread criminality and dastardly attacks in Adara land 2. Suffering of IDPs and other crisis victims 3. The assassination of His Royal Highness Agom Adara 4. Scrapping of Adara chiefdom 5. Partitioning of Adara community in to two 6. Subordination of the people in Kachia local government area under a proposed Kachia chiefdom 7. The subordination of the predominantly Christian population in Kajuru local government area under a tiny minority Muslim population in Kajuru emirate 8. Refusal of government to engage with or at least be sensitive to the concerns and feelings of the community in any way during this dark period.

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