Conflicts : Governors Forum urges Nigerians to learn from Rwanda

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In a communique at the end of the meeting, the Chairman of the Governors’ Forum and Governor of Ekiti State, John Fayemi Kayode stressed that crime and criminality should be punished, and was quick to point out that the Governors are opposed to ethnic profiling of crime.
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Governors of Nigeria’s 36 States have reiterated their commitment to the protection of lives and property of the Citizenry.
Rising from their meeting in the early hours of Thursday, 18th February 2021, the Governors regretted the unfortunate crises in Oyo and Ogun and agreed to support victims of the conflicts.
In a communique at the end of the meeting, the Chairman of the Governors’ Forum and Governor of Ekiti State, John Fayemi Kayode stressed that crime and criminality should be punished, and was quick to point out that the Governors are opposed to ethnic profiling of crime.
The meeting warned Nigerians to learn from the Rwanda example, noting that  crimes should not be associated to any group.
The Governors are also opposed to proliferation of fake news and social media.
While also declaring support for the Military by dedicating funds from the excess crude account and the need to visit the National Livestock Transformation plan and forestry laws, they pledged to ensure the indivisibilty of the nation.
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