Katsina state Governor Aminu Masari has assured Igbos and other non indigenes residing in the state that they have nothing to fear, as his government will protect the lives and property of every citizen in the state.
KATSINA POST learnt that Masari, in a statement by his media aide Abdu Labaran against the backdrop of the quit notice given to Igbos resident in the North by some groups of Northern youths, said his administration was always ready to protect people without prejudice to their ethnic, religious or regional background.
He therefore warned that his government would not tolerate anyone taking the law into their hands by harassing or intimidating anybody on account of their ethnic, religious or regional background.
According to Daily Trust, the Governor stated that “Katsina is a home of peace where everybody hasthe right to go about their legitimate endeavours freely without fear of intimidation or harassment from any quarters” he said.” I am calling on all non indigenes resident in the state, especially the Igbos, to have nothing to fear.
This government is ever so ready, willing, capable and prepared to protect the lives and property of every citizen living in the state regardless of their ethnic, religious or regional background”, he added.