Peace Corps Visits Hausa/Fulani Community in Ogun
Peace Corps of Nigeria officers in Ogun State has initiated a special visitation campaign to stakeholders on how to use dialogue to stop crisis from degenerating to a full blown violence between the farmers and herders across the country.
The Deputy National Commandant of the Corps in charge of General Duties and Intelligence, Mr. Micheal Oyemike during the campaign noted that the corps was always at the forefront of finding peace and identifying potential threats to national security while also finding solutions to the problems.
He assured the Hausa Fulani Community of better relationship, noting that the Peace Corps in Ogun State was working to compliment the good gesture of the state government to the people.
The Deputy National Commandant also urged the Hausa/Fulani Community to continue to educate their people about the presence of the second wave of Covid-19 in Nigeria and donated packs of facemask and sanitizers to the community.
The Peace Corps officers led by the Deputy National Commandant were at the Palace of the Seriki Hausa in Egbaland and the Vice Chairman of the Hausa/Fulani Community in Ogun State.
The meeting was attended by the Commandant of Peace Corps of Nigeria, Ogun State Command, Mr. Olufemi Akinyemi, representatives of Fulani Community, Miyetti-Allah Cattle Breeders Association, Market and other notable leaders in the Hausa Community in Ogun State.