A traditional Rulers of Dutse Boupma,in Bwari, Mr Haruna Gyandawye, has urged community residents to embrace peace and always support their leaders, to promote peaceful coexistence across the country.
Gyandawye, gave the advice in his address at the coronation ceremony of High Chief Randy Asekomhe, as the Olunevho “1” of Edo State, held on Saturday in Bwari,said where ever there is misunderstand between you and any other person in the community run to the traditional leader or security personnel in the community, to ensure such issue is resolved amicably.
According to him,tell your leaders about what is going wrong and ask questions where there is need for clarity, rather than take laws into your hands.
“Working closely with your traditional leaders and security personnel in the community will help to ensure sustainable peace and progress reigns in the place.”
He expressed appreciation to the traditional leader, saying his position would foster unity between Edo people in Abuja and Bwari community, in the FCT.
“This coronation will bring unity, peace and progress not just between Edo people and Gbagy tribe in Bwari, but the entire community.
“There are about 4000 indigenous Edo residents living in this community, which comprise mostly youths; hopefully the coronation will further deepen ties between people of Edo and Bwari,” he said.
He promised to establish skills acquisition programme, such as computer training, farming, beads making and tailoring for young people in the community, to enable them become more self reliant.