The forum is aimed at strengthening peaceful co-existence in the state.
The Kaduna State Government, Tuesday, commenced stakeholders interactive session aimed at strengthening security and peaceful co-existence in the entire state.
The state governor, Mukhtar Yero, attended one of the sessions, tagged the security and peace building session which held in Kagoro, for the Kaduna South Senatorial District, where he met with traditional, community, and religious leaders in the area.
The governor’s spokesperson, Ahmed Maiyaki said Mr. Yero is also scheduled to meet with youth leaders in the zone as part of his administration’s commitment to sustain lasting peace and unity in Kaduna State.
A similar forum will equally hold in the Central Senatorial District and the Northern Senatorial District at later dates.
While speaking on the initiative, Mr. Yero said the process is to actualize his administration’s resolve to engender dialogue among the entire people of the state towards building genuine reconciliation and peace.
“This initiative has nothing to do with politics because our primary responsibility is to ensure peace and security of lives and property of the entire people of Kaduna State. We are ready to dialogue with all stakeholders in the process and I am optimistic that in the end, we shall achieve our goal of bringing lasting peace and unity to our people,” he said.
Mr. Maiyaki said since assuming office as Governor, Mr. Yero has worked tirelessly to bring lasting peace and stability to Kaduna State through dialogue and unbiased interaction with all segments of people in the State.
Speaking on behalf of all participants, the Chief of Kagoro, Afuwai Bonet, commended the governor for the laudable initiative aimed at engendering unity and sustainable development in the state.
The traditional ruler urged the people of the state to live in peace and harmony with one another to enable government execute its development plan for the entire state.
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