He however noted that the influx of cattle in the state was a result of its rich pasture, but quickly added that government will check the influx.
Mr. Oladipo said the government would establish a strong control post and monitoring task force to checkmate the mass movement of cattle from neighbouring Republic of Benin and other neighbouring countries.
The meeting however noted that the state government should create grazing zones across the state for the animals.
The commissioner said government had taken drastic measures to avert looming clashes between farmers and herdsmen in the state.
However, a consensus was reached at the meeting that government should support nomadic schools that would promote formal education and reduce the use of child labour by herdsmen.
The Commissioner informed participants at the meeting that the state government was determined to prevent an outbreak of law and order in any part of the state. especially between farmers and Fulani herdsmen.
He called on them to shun any act capable of fuelling the crises in their settlements by remaining law abiding.
The commissioner advised the two communities to always hold regular peace meetings where outstanding disputes are amicably resolved.
The Yoruba monarchs from Yewaland, Seriki Fulanis, among other stakeholders across the state, appreciated the timely intervention of the state government at resolving the lingering crises through several peace meetings and committees.
They assured the government of their readiness to accept the resolutions of the meeting.