The council also decried the growing rate of drug abuse and its associated consequences such as violent crimes and rape among youths in the state.
It called on security agencies and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency to take action on the matter.
The council called for the revival of dormant Skills Acquisition Centres in the state to contain increase rate of unemployment, and tasked youths of 18 years and above to participate in the ongoing continuous voter registration.
It cautioned against careless divorce by some Muslims and tasked on the need to respect the institution of marriage, which it said, is an act of “Ibadaa” (worship).
On recent Numan crisis, it condemned the killings of Fulanis and Bachamas and called on the State and Federal Governments to find a lasting solution.
It called for the disbandment of road blocks by vigilance groups in the area, alleging that the group was harassing the Fulanis and Muslims in Numan and its environs.
“We once again called on the Adamawa State Government and the Numan Local Government to disband the so called local vigilance groups that are terrorizing Fulanis and other Muslims in the area,” it said.