THE EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF BIASE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, HON MRS ADA CHARLES, ON A MISSION TO RETURN LASTING PEACE IN WARRING COMMUNITIES.

The Executive Chairman of Biase local Government council Hon Mrs Ada Charles joined her colleagues of Yala, Bekwara, Obanliku, Obudu, Obubra, Abi and Odukpani in the joint meeting of Officials of Cross River Benue, Ebony and Abia states on the inter state boundary dispute resolution held at the National Boundary Commission (NBC).Headquarters, Abuja.

A cross section of delegates to the boundary commision

The deligation of cross River state which was aptly led by the deputy Governor of Cross River State His excellency Prof. Ivara Ejemot Esu, Are committed towards effective representation that will lead to lasting peace in Warring areas of the state.

The meeting which is aimed towards finding a lasting solution in resolving the lingering boundary dispute between Biase Communities of Erei, Ikun, Utima and her neighboring state of Ebonyi, and Abia states respectively has seen a positive head start as decision has been made to ensure peaceful coexistence among the people.

It is commendable that through the leadership of the Governor of Cross River State His excellency, Professor Ben Ayade and his Deputy Professor Ivara Ejemot Esu and the support of the executive chairman of Biase local government Area, Hon Mrs Ada Charles. A lasting solution and peace will finally returned to the affected areas in the local government.

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