The Plateau State House of Assembly has given Governor Simon Lalong two weeks to handle the safety challenges bedviling the state.
The Committee on Information conveyed the place of the legislators when he briefed newsmen in Jos, the News Agency of Nigeria stories.
Dasun mentioned that the meeting would know the following line of motion after the two-week ultimatum.
“As an assembly with people at heart, we call on Plateau citizens to have confidence in us with renewed commitment.
“We have given two weeks to the governor to take action on the resolutions the House has forwarded on security matters and how to restore peace.
“We call on the Governor, Simon Bako Lalong, to come up with a statement defending us as a people and to bring back renewed commitment to the cause of Plateau.
“We strongly call on Plateau people to practically stand up and defend themselves and their communities, as the conventional security design is no longer guaranteeing our safety as a people,” he mentioned.
The committee chairman additionally known as on conventional rulers to look inward and launch the native safety design to guard Plateau folks in addition to reinforce the vigilance, hunters and native smart males to defend the folks.
He mentioned that as an indication of dedication to the pressing want for the folks to guard themselves, the Plateau State House of Assembly had directed all native authorities Chairmen to droop their deliberate recruitment of Adhoc lecturers, and as a substitute, recruit 200 vigilante personnel in every native authorities space to spice up and increase native intelligence gathering.
The legislator known as on safety operatives to fish out the perpetrators of the mayhem and be punished based on the Law.
“On behalf of the assembly, I wish to sympathize with the government and Plateau people on the barbaric and dastardly killings that have been taking place in different communities in the state.
“I sympathise with communities in Bassa, Barkin Ladi, Bokkos, Jos North, Jos South, Mangu, Riyom, University of Jos community and recently that of Yelwa Zangam.
“The House condemns all these killings in totality, all these killings are unacceptable and condemnable.
“We commiserate with the families of all those who lost their loved ones during these attacks,” he mentioned.
Nanbol Daniel, Chairman, House Committee on Health in his contribution urged the folks to guard themselves however mustn’t go in opposition to the legislation.
Daniel mentioned that the meeting had resolved that Plateau Government ought to compensate victims of the assaults.
The well being committee chairman mentioned that legislators would proceed to replace the folks on their efforts to revive peace within the state.