Offa vs Erin-Ile: Governor Ahmed calls for calm over judgment, advocates dialogue

Posted by News Express | 3 January 2019 | 838 times

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•Governor Ahmed

The Kwara State State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed, has called on the people of Erin-Ile and Offa to remain calm and maintain law and order in the aftermath of a recent Supreme Court judgement concerning the boundary dispute between the communities.

Governor Ahmed, in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Communications, Dr Muyideen Akorede, urged the people of both communities to refrain from publishing or otherwise circulating unauthorised interpretations of the said judgement as the state government is employing dialogue as a means of finding an amicable and sustainable solution to the dispute.

Alhaji Ahmed stressed that the state government will continue to uphold its constitutional mandate of upholding the welfare and security of all citizens and residents of Offa, Erin-Ile and indeed all communities in the state.

He, therefore, urged those residents in all parts of the two towns to go about their normal and lawful activities as the government is currently in consultation with leaders of both communities to resolve the issue.

Alhaji Ahmed described Erin-Ile and Offa as peace-loving, long-standing neighbours with a shared commitment to developing in an atmosphere of mutual trust and peaceful coexistence and stressed that government will do all in its power to sustain that understanding.

 


Source: News Express

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