Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, has condemned the claims that he is causing trouble and division among the people of the state.
He described as unfortunate, the withdrawal of ethnic groups who have been in conflict for decades from tendering their memorandum and testimonies at the Judicial Commission of Inquiry for the sake of peace in the state.
The governor insisted that there was no problem without a solution, saying he was proud of seeking peace coexistence from every zone of Taraba and would not relent in his resolve.
He made the remarks on Wednesday when he received the paramount ruler of Kwararafa Empire, Aku-Uka, and his kinsmen at the Government House in Jalingo, the state capital.
Governor Ishaku while promising to achieve more feats, stressed that with visible achievements of his time in office in the five years of his administration, assured that he would not let residents of the state down in his quest for a peaceful atmosphere.