The governor made this known when he hosted the Agwatyap, Chief Dominic Gambo-Yahaya, on Wednesday in Kaduna.
A statement issued by Special Adviser to the governor on Media and Communication, Mr Muyiwa Adekeye, said that the Agwatyap visited the governor to brief him on the recent challenges confronting the peace process in Zangon-Kataf.
The governor commended the Agwatyap ‘’for his courage in the push for peace across the communities in his chiefdom and assured him that the state government and the security agencies will continue to support the quest for peace and security’’.
He however told the traditional ruler that troops of Operation Safe Haven and other security agencies are working to contain the recent upsurge.
Earlier, the Agwatyap assured that leaders across communities in the area are working together to stop the renewed instances of violent attacks on some villages.
He said the traditional council is working to clarify and resolve the circumstances of the recent disappearance of three community leaders involved in the peace building process.
Gambo-Yahaya told the governor that Ardo Pate Usman-Kurmi, the Wakilin Fulani Atyap, Ardo Muhammadu Anchau and Yakubu Muhammadu have been missing since joining a team of community leaders to resolve a dispute involving a farmer whose crops were destroyed by cattle.(NAN)