According to reports The Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society (NMGS) has served a quit notice to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from some villages in upland State bivouacking at its facility in Jos.

In the letter dated twenty two october, 2019 and signed by the NMGS’ General Secretary Dr A.S. Olatunji, the IDPs were asked to appear for a few different place to decision ‘home’ because the Council isn’t snug with the amount of decay the building has suffered.

Plateau IDPs get quit notice from owners of camp facility

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The letter that came with title ‘Removal of IDPs from the NMGS property’ reads “Sequel to our verbal discussion on Wednesday twenty two Gregorian calendar month, 2019 on the requirement to maneuver the IDPs from the NMGS Secretariat building in Jos, this can be formally reiterating the choice of the Council of the NMGS to you on this matter.

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“It is herewith explicit that the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society can lead off full rehabilitation of the building from thirty one october, 2019 because the Council isn’t snug with the amount of decay the building has suffered. This is official notice. Kindly treat with utmost urgency because the contractor has been mobilized for the task to begin at the same date.


Plateau State’s Commissioner of knowledge, Dan Manjang who confirmed the eviction notice told Daily Trust that they pleaded with NMGS to tamper justice showing mercy. He more disclosed that the regime is searching for different suggests that of resettling the IDPs.