By Marymagdalyn Francis,
The people of Irigwe land and Fulani community of Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State, have both decided to give peace a chance despite the continued killings and disaffection the prolonged crisis in the community has caused them.
The decision was reached during a joint consultative meeting of religious and ethnic community leaders, at the Dialogue, Reconciliation and Peace Centre (DREP), in Jos, on the 4th of June.
The meeting which was presided over by the Archbishop of Jos, His Grace, Ignatius Kaigama, reached the agreement that more needs to be done to promote peaceful coexistence as there are still acts of violence and criminality going on in the communities. Read more
A group photo with Bishop Kaigama and members of Irigwe and Fulani communities