The Kaduna Peace Commission on Thursday again met with partners from Chawai Chiefdom in Kauru Local Government Area of the state, fully intent on proffering answers for the repetitive common conflicts in the area.
On Nov. 4, 2017, Gov. Nasir El-Rufai set up the commission burdened with the obligation of tending to the different ethnic and strict struggles in the state.
Speaking at the gathering, the commission’s Permanent Commissioner, Hajiya Khadijah Hawaja, said the gathering was a development to a past discourse with locals of Irigwe.
“This is a continuation of the exchange the Peace Commission has been working with inside the Chawai Chiefdom.
“We acknowledged disconnect the fighting gatherings and hold separate discussions with them.
“And so we began by sitting with the Irigwe individuals two months prior to get current realities of what is really occurring in the space that has caused so much violence.
“And today we are sitting with the Fulani. The pith is to give them a place of refuge where they can ventilate their complaints and recommend an exit plan,” she added.
Hawaja said she was confident the fighting gatherings would agree on how they can coincide peacefully.
In his comments, Abdullahi Aliyu, Assistant Secretary of Miyetti Allah in Kauru, called for value, reasonableness and incorporation as a method of finishing the determined herders-ranchers conflict.
Aliyu kept up with that a circumstance where the Fulani are called and treated as ‘outsiders’ in networks they dwell was unacceptable.
Also, Yakubu Baido, the Southern Kaduna Zonal Youth head of Miyetti Allah recognized the commission for the drive to assemble the gathering and called for harmony in the Chiefdom.
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