The Adamawa Muslim Council has called on security agencies to conduct in-depth investigation without fear or favour into the recent communal clash in Tingno community of Lamurde Local Government Area of the state.
Jika regretted that many lives were lost, several people injured as a result of gunshots and properties destroyed.
He therefore called for thorough investigation to establish those who incited the clash and unleashed the mayhem.
The chairman regretted that most of the suspects arrested and paraded by the police were relatives of the victims or those that were cheated.
According to him, there are 940 women and children at the Lafia Internally Displaced Camp as a result of the attack.
He however commended the effort of the state government and the committee for taking good care of the victims.
Jika said only justice, fairness and equity could end the recurrent crisis and not the apparent bias being demonstrated against the victims.
Alhaji Umaru Yero, the Chairman, Tingno Victims Emergency Response Committee, also said two out of the 60 victims admitted at Federal Medical Centre and State Specialist Hospital, Yola, had died.
He added that seven victims are currently receiving treatment, while the remaining were discharged.
Yero explained that all the victims sustained injuries from gunshots.
He also commended the state government for settling all the medical bills and feeding of the patients.