Vice Gov Edduba urges Lubo, Tulgao tribes to prevent tribal war
Kalinga Vice Governor James Edduba urged members of the Lubo and Tulgao tribes of Tanudan and Tinglayan to prevent a full-blown tribal war.
This after two members of the Tulgao tribe killed a farmer and wounded his brother in Tabuk City.
The two victims were members of the Lubo tribe.
“Our advice to the members of Tulgao: Do not go out to prevent any encounter and so there will be no other victims,” Edduba said.
“From us, the Tulgao side, where the suspect belongs, we hope that our brothers from Lubo will not avenge, to prevent the escalation of the conflict,” he added.
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