PHOTOS: Osinbajo condoles with victims of Adamawa killings

PHOTOS: Osinbajo condoles with victims of Adamawa killings

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 7:29 am


VICE PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO interacts with members of the communities in Adamawa where recent communal violence were reported. This include Numan, Dong and other communities in Adamawa State, where the attacks have taken place. 5th Dec. 2017. PHOTO: NOVO ISIORO.

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday visited Numan, Dong and other affected communities and areas in Adamawa State where people were killed during recent communal clashes on behalf of President Muhammadu Buhari. Osinbajo condoled with victims of the attacks and assured them of the Federal Government’s resolve to ensure that perpetrators of violence are dealt with according to law. He further said the Federal Government would find a lasting solution to the crisis, and called on all parties to embrace peace and dialogue. See more photos from the visit below

VICE PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO condoles a victim of the recent communal violence in Numan, Dong and other communities in Adamawa State, where the attacks have taken place. 5th Dec. 2017. PHOTOS: NOVO ISIORO.

VICE PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO condoles a victim of the recent communal violence in Numan, Dong and other communities in Adamawa State, where the attacks have taken place.

VICE PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO condoles a victim of the recent communal violence in Numan, Dong and other communities in Adamawa State, where the attacks have taken place.

VICE PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO in Adamawa where recent communal violence were reported. This include Numan, Dong and other communities in Adamawa State, where the attacks have taken place.

VP with HRM, Hama Bachama (Homun H.I. Stephen) and the Governor of Adamawa as part of the VP’s condolence visit to the State. 5th Dec. 2017. PHOTOS: NOVO ISIORO.

VP with Governor of Adamawa and the Lamido to VP’s right after meeting earlier on Tuesday as part of the VP’s condolence visit to the State.

 

 

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