JOS crises to come to an end as communities promise to end hostilities and embrace peace


The Irigwe and Fulani in Bassa Local government area of Plateau State have promised to end hostilities amongst them for the sake of peace in the area.

This was the outcome of a peace meeting organized by Operation Safe Haven in the capital Jos to broker peace between the two warring tribes in the locality.

Residents of the communities had previously disagreed over a number of issues especially the constant clashes between farmers and herders.

The Commander Operation Safe Haven, Augustine Akundu advised the leaders of the two communities present to preach the message of peace to their followers.

Speaking on behalf of the two communities, Ronku Aka the traditional ruler of Irigwe and Nuru Mohammed, Miyetti Allaah Cattle Breeders Assciation of Nigeria chairman in Plateau said they will abide by the outcome of the meeting.