Governor Mohammed Jibrilla of Adamawa State has raised the alarm that the state might be facing a humanitarian crisis due to the herdsmen-farmers crisis.
Jibrilla said this on Thursday in a statement, where he also noted that there were many Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from places affected by the crisis in Taraba.
According to him, the development was due to a spill-over of the crisis in Bajum-center in Taraba.
This is just as he bemoaned the continued influx of the IDPs into Gorobi in Mayo-Belwa area and Kpasam in Demsa, Adamawa.
He was worried that the present situation had worsened the humanitarian crises in the northeastern state.