Kaduna state governor Nasir El-Rufai held an emergency security meeting with heads of security agencies about renewed attacks in parts of the state.
The meeting held on Friday at the Government House in Kaduna, two days after more than 20 people were killed in the local government area of Kajuru.
After about four hours of deliberation behind closed doors, Kaduna's police commissioner, Umar Muri, updated what was discussed.
Member of the House of Representatives representing the Kajuru / Chikun federal constituency, Danjuma Barde, as well as Kufana district chief Titus Dauda, also informed reporters about the outcome of the meeting.
They called on all parties to the conflict involved in the conflict to draw their swords and assured that the government was working to end the attacks.
According to them, there can be no development when there are mutual suspicions between the Hausas, Fulanis and Adara who live in Kajuru.
They therefore called on all parties involved in the crisis to defend the course of peace and reconciliation.
The meeting was also attended by the state's deputy governor, Hadiza Balarabe, leader of the Nigeria Army and the Department of State Services (DSS) in Kaduna, as well as political leaders and traditional rulers.
The state government has imposed an indefinite curfew across the state since March 26, to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kaduna.
Despite movement restrictions, a group of armed men attacked four communities in Kajuru LGA on Tuesday, killing 15 people and five others were injured.
Almost a day later, armed men invaded three more villages in Kajuru as well, during which they killed eight people and wounded several others.