By Usman Shuaibu
The second class chief of Jiwa community in Abuja municipal Area Council (AMAC), of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Alhaji Idrisu Musa, has urged the leadership of the Association of Yoruba community to be security conscious at their various communities within the Territory.
Speaking to Peoples Daily on behalf of the chief, after a reconciliation meeting with the Yoruba’s factions in Jiwa, the Oba of Yoruba community, in Tudun-Fulani Dei-dei in the FCT, Oba Mufutau Olalakan Lasisi, also called on the Yoruba peoples to live in peace irrespective of their differences.
Musa assured the Yoruba community that his leadership would continue to settle any disputes among the Yorubas when the need arises for the sake of peaceful co-existence.
He also said that his leadership would deem it necessary to parley with the Yoruba monarchs and other tribal chiefs for the overall development of the Territory.
He advised the royal fathers to work hand in hand with the vigilante group to combat crime at their communities, saying that to fight for the safety and security of the residents is a collective responsibility.
While commenting on the recent outbreak of Ebola virus disease, the monarch urged every tribal chief to sensitize their subjects on the need to be hygienic at their communities, so as to protect themselves against the deadly disease.
Peoples Daily reports that on his part, the Oba of Tudun Fulani, Dei-dei, ef thanked the Jiwa community royal father for reconciling the aggrieved Yoruba groups in the territory.