Agbu Kefas, the governor of Taraba State, has declared the release of thirty-one prisoners around the state.
The governor claims that this choice demonstrates a dedication to compassion and providing worthy people with a second opportunity at salvation.
In a televised state-wide New Year’s message, Governor Kefas reaffirmed his dedication to putting people’s safety and property security first.
“I am happy to announce that, in the exercise of my prerogative of power, we shall be granting clemency to 31 deserving inmates,” he stated, speaking to the spirit of rebirth and advancement. “This decision reflects our commitment to justice, compassion, and the transformative power of rehabilitation.”
While acknowledging the prevalent security challenges affecting citizens, the governor pledged to intensify efforts in the upcoming months to create a safer environment for all residents.
He said, “Addressing the security challenges that have touched the lives of some of our citizens is a constitutional responsibility that we take seriously in the coming months of the year.
“We will redouble our efforts to make Taraba a safer haven for all. Together, we shall overcome these challenges and ensure that our state thrives in peace and harmony.”
Additionally, Governor Kefas reassured the populace of his commitment to the state’s growth and togetherness.
He stated that each and every resident of the 168 wards is essential to the group’s progress towards success.