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Abuja land seizure: Details of Osinbajo’s meeting with Gbagyi leaders

Abuja land seizure: Details of Osinbajo’s meeting with Gbagyi leaders

VP, Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, says the Federal Government is submitted and will embrace every single essential measure that will prompt the friendly and only goals of the land contest between indigenous individuals of Abuja and the Nigerian Army.

Osinbajo expressed this today amid a gathering with an assignment of Gbagyi pioneers including political office holders, conventional and youth pioneers, at the Presidential Villa.

A week ago Tuesday, on his way to the airplane terminal to dispatch the Homegrown School Feeding Program in Ekiti express, the Vice President kept running into individual dissenters at Goza town. The nonconformists hindered Osinbajo’s motorcade inciting him to land to draw in with the angry adolescents, a move that finished into the present gathering.

Osinbajo said he had informed President Muhammadu Buhari on the issue and would discover from the Chief of Staff to the President, what the presidential board established to investigate the problems has so far done.

As per the Vice President, “what is significant presently is that we don’t permit a circumstance where the law and fair treatment do not do things. It is additionally vital that this issue is settled agreeably and fairly.

The Vice President likewise coordinated specialists of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) to submit to his office, a complete report on the contested land and what it has done to determine the issue.

Prior, Sen. Philip Aduda, the Senator speaking to the FCT at the National Assembly, rejected the case by the Army experts that the land was apportioned to it and valued the mediation of the Vice President.

Additionally, the Secretary, Area Councils Services Secretariat, Sen. Isa Maina said the FCT experts with an end goal to address the issue has just proposed to apportion a plot of land to the Nigerian Army in Kwali.

He said in opposition to the order by the presidential advisory group that all gatherings engaged with the issue keep up the present state of affairs, the Nigerian Army has continued to develop structures on the contested land.

On his part, the Emir of Jiwa, His Royal Highness Idris Musa said the indigenous individuals of Abuja are not against the Nigerian Army at all however need kind and agreeable goals of the issue.

In a similar vein, the delegate of the adolescents, Mr. Dalhatu Musa who had spoken a week ago for the dissidents when the Vice President communicated with them on his way to the airplane terminal noticed that the young people needed fair treatment to be followed in the goals of the land issue.

He lauded the mediation of the Vice President and spoke to him to likewise investigate different issues influencing the indigenous individuals of the FCT.

Those present at the gathering incorporate the congressperson speaking to the FCT in the National Assembly, Sen. Philip Aduda; the Secretary, Area Councils Services Secretariat, Sen. Isa Maina; Chairmen of AMAC, Abdullahi Candido; Bwari Area Council, Mr. Shekwogaza Gabaya and Abaji Area Council, Abdulrahman Ajiya; Emir of Jiwa, HRH Idris Musa; the Ona of Abaji, Alhaji Yunusa Adamu and youth pioneers from the influenced networks.

The land in question spread more than 7,000 hectares cutting crosswise over Gwagwa, Idu, Zuba, and Giri people group in the Federal Capital Territory.

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