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Oluwo Of Iwo To Host Herders, Farmers In Peace Meeting

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The paramount ruler of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi is ready to ask herders, farmers and different stakeholders within the city for a peace summit.
 
Oluwo of Iwo disclosed this in a press release by his media aide, Alli Ibraheem, which was made obtainable to SaharaReporters on Wednesday.

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Within the assertion titled, ‘Herders-Farmers Summit: Oluwo Converges Stakeholders On Lasting Resolution,’ the monarch revealed that the objective of the gathering is to discover a lasting resolution to the incessant clashes between herders and farmers.
 
The South-West area has skilled assaults by the killer-Fulani herdsmen who rape, kill, kidnap and destroy farmlands. 
 
Except Lagos State, the South-West states have inaugurated the Western Nigeria Safety Community, codenamed Amotekun, to curb the murderous actions of the herders.
 
Within the warmth of those crises, agrarian communities in Ogun State like Eggua, Igbogila, Ayetoro, Imeko and others have suffered enormous losses, which prompted a freedom fighter, Sunday Igboho to provide Fulani herders seven days to vacate some areas within the area. 

The monarch, nonetheless, described the peace summit scheduled to carry on Might 18 as his approach of looking for a everlasting resolution to the issue. 

“The Paramount Ruler of Iwoland, HIM Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi has concluded an association to organise a summit between herders and farmers in Iwoland.
 
“He hinted the aim of the summit is to make sure harmonious relationship and produce an enduring resolution to Herders-Farmers clashes.
 
“The session is scheduled for 18th Might, 2021 at Oluwo’s Palace Sq., Iwo, Osun State.
 
“Anticipated are all conventional rulers in Iwoland, the Fulanis, farmers and stakeholders.
 
“We enjoined particular person to equally be part of because the summit will likely be a pilot venture and template for Nigeria and Nigerians,” the assertion stated.

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