Avoid victimisation in your reconciliation move - PG tells Peace C'ttee
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Avoid victimisation in your reconciliation move – PG tells Peace C’ttee

President-General, Umunya Development Union in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State, Chief Innocent Nwabueze has charged members of Ajakpana Village Umunya Peace and Reconciliation Commitee to avoid victimisation, but to ensure every member of the community was carried along.

He described their task as challenging, urging them not to see themselves as uncontrollable authority but to serve with honour and dignity.

Speaking while inaugurating Peace and Reconciliation commitee for Ajakpana Village umunya, at the Umunya Development Union Secretariat, Nwabueze stressed that Ajakpana remained the only people that could restore peace in their village.

“After three meetings at the instant of the Traditional Ruler of Umunya, Igwe Dr Kris Onyekwuluje, the villagers resolved to elect persons from each of the kindreds of Ajakpana Village to serve in the Commitee.

“The Committee has three months to complete its assignment and will conduct election for the village in December 2023,” he said.

The PG commended the people of the community for the right step they took by coming together to resolve their differences, as one united indivisible family.

Responding, Chairman of the commitee, Ichie Sunday udegbunu assured the people of Ajakpana that with their support, peace will return to the village.

He said his commitee would embark on peace mission and would carry everybody along.

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