Cross River Government Reiterates Commitment To Adim/Ugep Joint Peace Committee Of Lasting Solution

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Cross River State Government has reiterated it’s desire to ensuring lasting peace returns to warring Adim (Biase LGA) and Ugep (Yakurr LGA) communities in the State.

The State Deputy Governor, Prof. Ivara Esu who in the recent Adim/Ugep Joint Peace Committee meeting which he presided over sued for continuous peaceful coexistence.

The meeting ended with a resolve by both communities to sustain the relative peace amongst herself and their neighbours.

Both parties were warned against raising false alarms in the meeting which held at the State Council of Chiefs Chamber, Calabar, the State capital.

In their separate remarks, the spokesman of Adim community, Onun Omini Oyono and the Chairman Ugep Council of Chiefs, Elder Vincent Eyong commited to ensuring that lasting peace returns to the communities.

See pictures below, credit: Owai Obo.


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