Eleven traditional rulers drawn from Maiha local government and their neighboring Cameroon counterparts have in a move to entrench peaceful coexistence and to prevent transborder crimes in the two countries move to hold an international peace and security parley.
To that effect, four District Heads from Maiha local government area of Adamawa State and their counterparts from seven neighbouring communities in Cameroon have finalised finishing touches to hold the parley in Maiha local government of Adamawa State.
The chairman of Maiha local government, Idi Amin who is keen in seeing the success of the meeting has concluded all arrangements to host the international peace and security meeting tomorrow.
Traditional rulers from Dumo, Gashiga, Bashew, Dazal, Denbo, Girviza and Shevi communities in Cameroon will attend the Saturday’s parley.
Those from the Nigerian side include District Heads of Belel, Mbilla, Sorau and Pakka.
Commenting on the rationale for the international peace parley, the chairman of Maiha local government, Idi Amin said the meeting couldn’t hold at a better time considering the debilitating role transborder crime is playing in destroying the fabrics of social cohesion, business relations and mutual cooperation between the two sides.
He said the meeting will try to proper solutions to the raging insurgency and kidnapping for ransom among other scourges currently bedevilling the areas.