‘I Will Sustain Cordial Relationship With Eggon’ – Ujah Anaguta
The Ujah Anaguta of Jos North, Johnson Jauro Magaji has given assurances that he will sustain the friendship and cordial relationship that has existed between the Anaguta and Eggon even before his reign began.
He said this when he received the Aren Eggon, Dr Bala Abaine Angbazo at his palace in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.
According to the Ujah Anaguta, the Anaguta and Eggon people of Nasarawa State have coexisted right from the days of their ancestors with a strong bond between the royal families.
The Royal Father also appreciated the Aren Eggon for sending emissary during his installation and presentation of staff of office saying he will remain grateful for the solidarity and passion for the Anaguta Nation.
The Ujah Anaguta also disclosed that his reign would ensure the hosting of a cultural festival of ethnic nationalities once a year to ensure harmony and to strengthen the bond of friendship among the diverse communities in the area.
In a remark, the Aren Eggon Dr Bala Angbazo said his decision to visit the Ujah Anaguta Johnson Jauro Magaji is in demonstration of the mutual respect and love that exists between the Eggon and the Anaguta people.
The Royal Father represented by the Ajia Eggon, Yakubu Angyo said the Eggon people in Jos shall continue to be loyal to the Anaguta stool and called on the Ujah to to give them the necessary guidance.
The Chairman of the Eggon Cultural and Development Association (ECDA) in Plateau State, Daniel Egga and some other members of his executive were part of the entourage of the Aren Eggon.
Also on a solidarity visit were members of the National Association of Traditional Medicine Practitioners led by Yusuf Mohammed, Larato community, alongside the School Administrator of Peace Model Schools Katako Reverend Father Nereu Emmanuel as well as Ungwan Rukuba Youth Forum who where at the Ujah’s palace to congratulate and identify with him. They all wished him well through out his reign.
The Ujah Anaguta, Johnson Jauro Magaji appreciated the different groups for identifying with him and assured them of his commitment to work closely with them to achieve the needed peace and security of Jos North and Plateau State entirely.