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Osun, Ekiti resolve to explore peace option in boundary dispute resolution

The Osun and Ekiti State governments have resolved to jointly toe the peace path in resolving the lingering boundary dispute between both states.

Both states emphasised the significance of dialogue and peaceful negotiation as lasting solutions in settling any discrepancy in boundary matters.

They arrived at the agreement on Thursday during a courtesy visit by Ekiti State Deputy Governor, Monisade Afuye to Osun State.

Welcoming the visiting Ekiti Deputy Governor, Monisade Afuye, the Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, represented by his Deputy, Kola Adewusi appreciated the Ekiti State Government for taking a peaceful step to resolve the boundary dispute between the two states.

According to Adeleke, “We appeal to all the technocrats involved in the matter to do justice in their quest on a fact-finding mission.”

In her address, the Ekiti State Deputy Governor, Monisade Afuye expressed her delight at the warm reception.

Afuye revealed that her mission to Osun State was to rob minds with her counterpart on peaceful deliberation in finding a lasting solution to the lingering boundary disputes between the two states.

She said the efforts have started to yield good results.

Speaking at the event, the Surveyor General of Osun State, Surveyor Soladoye Abioye gave words of assurance that all technical issues involved would be amicably resolved through the collaborating efforts of both states.

In his vote of thanks, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Boundary Matters, Bukola Onifade harped on peaceful deliberation as a vital instrument for resolving any boundary dispute matters.

Osun, Ekiti resolve to explore peace option in boundary dispute resolution

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