Benue State government has suspended three district heads over their alleged involvement in communal clashes in the state.
Disclosing this while briefing newsmen at the end of state security council meeting on Monday night, Governor Samuel Ortom said the suspended district heads played active roles in the escalation of the clashes in their domains.
He gave the names of those suspended traditional rulers to include the district head of Utange council ward in Ushongo Local Government Area, Chief Dominic Iorer; the district head of Shough, Peter Kyum, and that of Mbasombo ward in Gwer East Local Government Area, Angegh Kuhe.
Ortom said that the district head of Utange was suspended as a result…
Source: Nigerian Tribune