The Bauchi State authorities has lifted the four-month suspension positioned on the Emir of Misau, Alhaji Ahmed Suleiman.
The royal father was suspended following a farmers/herders conflict over grazing land at Zadawa village in Hardawa District of Misau Native Authorities Space of the state of twenty ninth June, 2020.
Whereas 11 individuals misplaced their lives within the conflict, many sustained various diploma of accidents, with a number of properties price tens of millions of Naira additionally misplaced within the conflict.
The conflict led to the suspension of the council caretaker chairman, Mohammad Tanko, his deputy, amongst different council officers, in addition to the Village Head of Zadawa, Alhaji Zailani Atiku.
The state authorities lifted the suspension of the Emir on Monday by way of a letter to that impact offered to him in his place in Misau, the headquarters of the native authorities space, by the Secretary to the State Authorities, Sabiu Mohammed Baba, who was in firm of the Chief of Employees, Authorities Home, Dr Ladan Salihu.
Talking after receiving the letter, Alhaji Suleiman expressed his gratitude to the State authorities for the gesture and guaranteed of his steady loyalty to the federal government.
He additional assured that his topics, whom he stated are peace-loving, will proceed to dwell in peace with each other, including that peiple in his area will assist in selling peaceable coexistence within the State.
DAILY POST recollects that the State authorities on sixth July, 2020 inaugurated an administrative committee of inquiry on the farmers/herders land dispute, headed by Air Commodore Tijani Baba Gamawa (rtd), to look into the distant and rapid causes of the conflict.
The Bauchi State authorities final week accepted the suggestions of the executive committee and warned the Emir for “dereliction of responsibility which fuelled and escalated the deadly disaster in his area”.
The federal government additional directed the royal father to apologise to the State authorities in writing.