Anambra State Govt Affirms Use Of Diologue In Resolving Communal Crisis
Post created on September 21, 2022
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Anambra State Government has expressed its readiness to employ dialogue in resolving communal crisis in the state. The Commissioner for Local Government, Chieftaincy and Community Affairs, Mr. Tony-Collins Nwabunwanne disclosed this when delegates of the United Nations Peace and Positive Living Awareness Centre, UN-PEPOLAC, paid him a courtesy visit in his office at the government house, Awka.
Commissioner Nwabunwanne, who observed that majority of the crisis in communities across the state were caused by the inability of previous governments to give members of the communities a listening ear, said that the present government of Professor Chukwuma Soludo values the opinion of every citizen of the state and does not joke with dialogue, which he described as a major tool for conflict resolution.
The present administration holds rule of law in high revered, and will make the state’s residents irrespective of status, to obey the law for the enthronement of peace and tranquility, even as he assured that the state government, through the Ministry of Local Government, Chieftaincy and Community Affairs, will partner UN-PEPOLAC in terms of conflict resolution in its quest to restoring peace in the state.
Speaking earlier, the UN-PEPOLAC International Coordinator, Nigeria, Reverend Dr Ozioma Ozoemena explaining that the organization which was established in 2008 is committed to promoting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and UNESCO Culture of Peace Project and Positive Living, noted that for there to be effective and sustainable development and progress in any society, there must be peace.
Gọọmenti Anambra steeti ekwupụtala na ọ dị njikere itinye mkparịta ụka n’ịkwado nsogbu obodo na steeti ahụ. Kọmishọna na-ahụ maka ọchịchị ime obodo, Chieftaincy na ihe gbasara obodo, maazị Tony-Collins Nwabunwanne kwupụtara nke a mgbe ndị nnọchi anya otu United Nations Peace and Positive Living Awareness Centre, UN-PEPOLAC, gara leta ya n’ụlọ ọrụ ya n’ụlọ gọọmentị, Awka. .
Kọmishọna Nwabunwanne, onye chọpụtara na ihe ka ọtụtụ n’ọgba aghara a na-enwe n’obodo dị iche iche na steeti ahụ bụ n’ihi enweghị ike ọchịchị ndị gara aga inye ndị otu obodo ntị, kwuru na ọchịchị dị ugbu a bụ Ọkammụta Chukwuma Soludo ji echiche onye ọ bụla na-achị steeti ahụ kpọrọ ihe. kwuputa na anaghị eji mkparịta ụka egwuri egwu, nke ọ kọwara dị ka ihe bụ isi maka idozi esemokwu.
O kwuru na ọchịchị dị ugbu a na-eji usoro iwu dị oke egwu, na ọ ga-eme ka ndị bi na steeti ahụ n’agbanyeghị ọkwa ha, irube isi n’iwu maka itokwasi n’ocheeze nke udo na udo, ọbụna dịka o kwere nkwa na gọọmentị steeti ahụ, site n’aka Ministri nke ime obodo. Gọọmenti, Chieftaincy na Community Affairs, ga-ejikọta UN-PEPOLAC n’ihe gbasara mkpebi esemokwu n’ọchịchọ ya iweghachi udo na steeti ahụ.
N’ikwu okwu na mbụ, UN-PEPOLAC International Coordinator, Nigeria, Reverend Dr Ozioma Ozoemena na-akọwa na nzukọ ahụ nke e guzobere na 2008 kwadoro ịkwado United Nations Sustainable Development Goals na UNESCO Culture of Peace Project and Positive Living, kwuru na maka ebe ahụ nwee ọganihu na ọganihu na-aga n’ihu na obodo ọ bụla, a ghaghị inwe udo