WEWE LCDA :Niyi Olawuwo takes steps to resolve herders/Farmers crisis in Saki Community.
The Authority of Wewe Local Council Development Area, Saki under the leadership of Honourable Olaniyi Olawuwo has finally responded to the calls by the residents of the area for it to find a lasting solution to the lingering bloody clashes between farmers and herdsmen within the Council area .
Oyovoice Reporters gathers that, Mr. Olaniyi Olawuwo has constituted a technical committee to collaborate with other stakeholders in addressing the issues of impunity regarding the killings and violence in order to ensure the peaceful coexistence of farmers and herdsmen, also develops a roadmap that would solve the problem once and for all
It was however gathered that the council boss has taken a bold step that would pave ways for non-indigenes especially people from other ethnic groups including the Northerners and Southerners who reside within the community to be honored with Chieftaincy Titles where and when necessary.
According to privileged information, the rational behind the lofty idea is to consolidate the Accord that binds all ethnic groups together and also make them have a sense of belongings.
In a related development, the council boss also urges to embrace inter-ethnic marriages, which are bound to rebuild more unity within the people and the community as a whole.
Olawuwo was reported to have availed the opportunity to unleash the account of his stewardship within the stipulated period that council has been created by Governor Abiola Ajimobi on January 16, 2017, where Olawuwo expresses satisfaction over the courage and carriage exhibited by all departments in his local council which have brought succor to the masses.
According to him, there is a value addition to boost food production in the council, and that he has also refurbished tractors and purchased poultry equipment as well as buying day-old chicks in their hundreds.
To improve healthcare delivery in the council, he stressed that a one-day training programme on prevention of fever for secondary schools and purchase of drugs for the maternity centres.
While noting that all the achievements were done through direct labour, he reiterates that markets and roads have been renovated .
He urges that the people of the council to do more counseling roles for effective and efficient running of the council to the greater heights.