The Middle Belt Times reports that during the turbaning and installation of the local head in a predominately Christian community in Sang, a community in Bogoro local government, one person was killed, several others were injured, and 64 homes were set on fire as protests erupted
Markus Bitrus Lusa, the chairman of the caretaker committee for the council’s Sang village in Bogoro local government area in Bauchi State, expressed concern about the recent killings and disorder there as worrying.
The chairman made this claim in a statement that was made accessible to media in Bauchi yesterday and was signed by the local government’s information officer, Gomna James.
Lusa also appealed to the people of Sang village to go about their normal business as normalcy has since been restored.
He also urged them to collaborate with law enforcement and security organizations to find long-term solutions to the issue.