Disturbed by the spate of killings in Plateau State, the Labour Party has challenged the Federal Government to convey a security summit in a bid to harvest practical solution to the heinous act.
The National Chairman of the party, Dr Mike Omotosho, stated this in a statement issued to newsmen.
Omotosho, in the statement titled “The Plateau Massacre: A Genocide Too Many!”, called for conclusive investigation into how the atrocities were committed instead of the usual blame game.
According to the party, the startling figures of people killed in the pogrom are an indications that security agencies in the country are overstretched, hence the need to rise to the occasion.
Describing the attacks as threat to the nation’s fragile democracy, Omotosho challenged Nigerians to unite and rise in solidarity of security agencies and reject the treachery of murderous herdsmen, marauding terrorists and others of similar ills.
The Labour Party boss also admonished Nigerians to turn down groups or individuals with intention to profit from the carnage and particularly those who fester spirit of division and violence.