Peaceful coexistence thrives in Osun State – Hausa-Fulani community
The Hausa/Fulani Community in Osun has declared that the state is a peaceful community for habitation.
The state’s forum of Serikis, Hausa/Fulani community led by its chairman, Alhaji Lawal Gomina stated this in an engagement with the Special Adviser to Governor Adegboyega Oyetola on Civic Engagement, Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye at the Centre for Civic Engagement in Osogbo,
Alhaji Gomina described the state as a place where people coexist mutually, stressing that no meaningful development could take place in atmosphere of rancour and acrimony.
He promised that the Hausa community would continue to partner with state government in the task of repositioning the state for economic development.
In a remark, the Special Adviser to Governor on Civic Engagement, Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye emphasized that the office of civic engagement was an institutional mechanism of the government to interface with the people on government policies and programmes
Mr Oyintiloye noted that the government had seen the Hausa community as a critical stakeholder in the state, hence the need to incorporate them in the government.
The special adviser assured the Hausa community of necessary supports needed from the government for the development of their community in the area of good health facilities, quality education, potable water among other basic amenities.