*The Berom Educational and Cultural Organization (BECO) of Jos North Local Government area has paid a condolence visit to the Dagwom and chief of the Irigwe community leader of Dong village on Tuesday over the attack on their resident that took place in May, 2021, by unknown gunmen.
Recall that in May, 2021 there was an attack by unknown gunmen who killed seven people including children.
The Jos North BECO Chairman Davou Dung Nyam alongside his committee told the Dagwom that they came to sympathize with him over the unfortunate incident that took place in his chiefdom.
There was also a cash donation to the Dagwom and the Chief of the Irigwe people from the Jos North BECO committee.
The Dagwom of Dong village Da Daniel Choji, appreciated the Jos North BECO who took out time to condole with them in their moment of grief.
Da Choji said God has blessed Berom people with Dong village and they need to stand up to protect their ancestral land by engaging in politics so they can have a voice to speak out for their people. He further said that peace is priceless and he encouraged all Berom people to live in peace with their neighbour’s.
In the same vein, chief Audu Abari of Irigwe people in Dong village appreciated the Jos North BECO for condoling with them saying that God will bless them for extending the hand of friendship and remembering them in their moments of grief.