Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, is on a visit to Governor Simon Lalong at the Plateau state government house, Jos.
The former minister says he is in Jos to condole with the governor over recent killings in the state.
Mr Fani-Kayode urged on the different peoples residing in the state to let go of their differences and promote peaceful coexistence.
Plateau state has seen series of attacks on communities by suspected Fulani herdsmen, leading to the death of dozens of persons.
A dusk to dawn curfew is in place in Jos North and South Local Government Areas, which have become the epicentre of the recent crisis.
Youth groups on Monday protested for and against the state government’s handling of the attacks.
Though there were reports of a plot to impeach the state governor, majority leader of the house, Daniel Nanlong, said the report is anything else but true.