There is nothing much more important now, in showing our leadership beyond preventing tragedy and destruction of everything we have built as a nation.
The entire Nigeria enterprise is bigger than other interests. The overall objective is ensuring that our nation is not enveloped by another crisis.
We now have an opportunity to do something. We have the opportunity to resolve the issues and to build a nation where we and our children can live in peace.”
The federal government has opened national consultations with leaders of the opinion to end the ongoing conflict between farmers and pastors.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo opened a dialogue with the advent of some of Adamawa traditional leaders in the Abuja State House.
The meeting was the result of his visit to Adamawa on December 5, following a clash between farmers and shepherds in the region.
The meeting was held by Emir Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II; Adamawa Lamido, Muhammad Barkindo Mustapha; Ahmed Joda and the other leaders of the tyrannical community.
The next meetings will focus on other stakeholder groups.
At the meeting, the delegation presented the previous conflict reports and analyzed the causes of the conflict.
The meeting condemned the violence that had taken place, particularly the killing of children and women.
He also stressed the need for law enforcement agencies and other government agencies to fulfill their constitutional roles conscientiously and objectively.
The vice president secured a delegation of commitment and commitment from the federal government to establishing lasting peace in all communities across the country and solving all legitimate complaints. He said:
After Vice President visited Adamaoua, various food and relief supplies were distributed to all affected communities in the state, including Shafaron, Kodomti, Thullum, Mzoruwe and Mararatan Bare in Numan L.G.A.
Dong, Lawar and Kumkum So, in the area of Demsa local government, also got help.
In the next round of meetings, the Vice-President will meet with Batta, Bacha and other Adamawa groups, and will attend sessions with stakeholders from other conflict-affected states.
Also present were Secretary to Government of the Federation (SGF), Chief of Mustafa and Minister of Territorial Allied Capital Mohammed Musa Bello.