November 29, 2023

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Osun Govt. Initiates Resolution Efforts To Address Land Dispute in Ile-Ogbo Town 

The Osun State Government, through the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning, has taken decisive steps to amicably resolve the ongoing land dispute that has been causing unrest in Ile-Ogbo and other Adjoining Communities in Ayedire LG( Momu, Eleni, Obielu, Oke-Osun)

In response to the escalating tensions and in a bid to preempt any potential communal clashes arising from the land crisis, His Excellency, Senator Ademola Nurudeen Jackson Adeleke, the Governor of Osun State, has issued a proactive directive. The Governor has instructed Hon. George Alabi, the Commissioner for Lands and Physical Planning, and other key stakeholders involved in the resolution process, to expedite efforts in finding a peaceful settlement to the dispute.

With a commitment to fostering harmony and peaceful coexistence among all parties involved, the Governor earnestly appeals to all actors in the land crisis to immediately halt all hostilities. This plea comes in light of the ongoing investigation and fact-finding meeting initiated by the Osun State Government.

The Governor firmly believes that dialogue and cooperation are paramount in achieving a fair and lasting resolution. As the fact-finding meeting progresses, the State Government assures all stakeholders that their concerns will be attentively addressed, and a transparent process will be followed to reach an equitable agreement.

Furthermore, the Osun State Government calls upon all members of the community to remain calm, patient, and law-abiding throughout this resolution process. The Government is committed to ensuring that justice prevails, and that all parties involved find a mutually beneficial resolution that upholds the rights and interests of everyone concerned.

The Government will keep the public and the media informed of any developments in this matter as the resolution efforts continues.

Hon. George Alabi
*Commissioner, Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning.*