Most of you are not being realistic if you think the Hausa-Fulani and other tribes who are living inPlateau state will just pack up and abandon their properties so that indigenes can take them over. The problem in Plateau state has nothing to do with religion and you know it. The indigenous Plateau people are farmers and what has been happening in Plateau on a sporadic basis is the outcome of the short-sightedness of your elders who did not think of the generations to come when they took some decisions in times past. They sold their lands cheaply to the Hausa-Fulani Nomads/business men and women who have become more powerful economically and politically and have been able to build up enough poplulation to have a local government dedicated to them. Instead of fanning the embers of division and hatred as the Plateau 'elites' are doing, why not go back and empower your people through quality education, vocational skills and employment opportunities so that they are able to do other things apart from joining the police and army and farming.
It is nice to grow Irish potatoes and tomatoes but you can train them to add value to these products so that they do not work for the middle-men who take these products to the major towns and make all the money.
Lastly, it will also be nice to sensitize them on the evil of spending their days drinking 'burukutu', 'Pito' and 'mbal' while their mates are in school or learning trades that will make them contributing members of their communities and not coveting other peoples' properties.