Plateau/Nassarawa Indigenes In Adamawa Expresses Shock Over Death Of Traditional Rulers

By Tom Garba, Yola
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Indigenes of Plateau and Nassarawa states living in Yola under the auspices of Plateau/Nassarawa Develyopment Association have expressed shock over the demise of two prominent first class traditional rulers from the states.

They noted that the deceased traditional rulers led a chaste and fulfilling lives while they were alive and left enduring legacies in their domains.

A press release signed by the president of the association, Sir Noel Dagwei (KSM) and his secretary, Engineer Nanpan D Joroh made available to newsmen noted that the demise of the rulers is not just a loss to their people but all Nigerians.

"No doubt His Royal Highness Miskoom Hubert Shaldas II, Long Goemai of Goemai race and Nde Joshua Dimlong the paramount ruler of Ngas have lived a chaste and fulfilling lives.

"Members of the plateau and Nassarawa states living in Adamawa states were saddened by the two deaths but took solace in the belief that their gentle souls are taking refuge with our lord," the statement said.

They urged the families and the states governments to take the two losses in their strides by emulating the long lasting legacies of peace and harmony bequeathed by the two deceased traditional rulers.