Akeredolu sets up reconciliation committee on Aiyetoro crisis

Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has constituted a reconciliation committee to look into the crisis occasioned by the oil spill compensation paid to Aiyetoro community in Ilaje Local Government Area of the state.

The constitution of the committee by the Governor is aimed at finding lasting peace to the ravaging crisis in Aiyetoro community arising from the disagreement on issues that bother on leadership and oil spill compensation.

According to a statement released by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Richard Olatunde, Dr. Olawunmi Ilawole will serve as Chairman of the committee.

Other member of the committee includes Primate Afolabi Aboyewa (JP), while Mr. Uguoji Justice Brasin Esq, will serve as Secretary.

The committee’s Terms of Reference include but not limited to: Investigate the remote and immediate cause of the disagreement; determine and work out amicable resolution on the oil spill compensation and to recommend appropriate strategies that will bring about lasting peace and development in the community and unite warring factions.

The committee can also make
other recommendations that are deemed appropriate to ensure peace in the community.

The committee has three weeks to complete its assignment and report to the Governor.

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