The Commander also committed to act forcefully with criminals who carry out assaults in the region that result in the loss of life and property.
He also denounced the effect of drug addiction among the youth as a stimulant for criminality in the area, and he urged the people to make a genuine commitment to the path of peace.
“I urge you all to take this message to the most remote communities, warn your subjects and take the lead in the speedy settlement of disputes in your domain,” he said.
Representatives from the Atyap, Fulani, Hausa, Ikuru, Christian Association of Nigeria, Jamatul Nasir Islam, and traditional and religious leaders spoke at the gathering.
While voicing their grievances, the speakers committed to supporting OPSH’s plans for putting a stop to attacks on individuals and communities in the region by catching bad actors and turning them over to security services.