Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has called for calm after soldiers and police clashed in the state.
Fintiri asked people to go about their normal businesses, as the situation is now under control.
He described clash between the two security agencies, on Tuesday night as unfortunate.
The governor appealed for tolerance among security agencies describing the incident as unacceptable “at this time of peace is more cherished in the state.”
He appealed to the parties involved to exercise restraint in the overall peace of the state.
Governor Fintiri urged all security personnel on special assignment to remain at their duty post and conduct themselves with a high sense of maturity.
“I am concerned that such acrimony could have lasting consequences on the hard-earned peace we have been able to build over the years.”
“I appeal to all security personnel for restraint, mutual respect and tolerance for one another as people destined to work together in this great State.
“I appeal for patience and understanding as the administration works towards lasting solutions to these conflicts”, a statement by Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Humwashi Wonosikou, added.