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By: Yusuf Umar

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has informed that his administration will fully support Search for Common Ground to actualize it's missions of Peace Building and Conflict Prevention in Adamawa State.

He also maintain that his administration is committed to making the objectives of  Search for Common Ground and will also   support them as they do hard work in communities and cities across Adamawa State.

Governor Fintir represented by Deputy Governor, Chief Crowther Seth made the disclosure  while declaring open a two day workshop on Adamawa Peace building and Conflict Prevention Conference 2019 at Murtala Nyako Centre Yola, Adamawa State.

Chief Crowther Seth said the current administration will continue to support sustainable, inclusive, social, cultural, civil and political programmes as it is the world's best preventive tools against violent, conflict and instability.

He Further reiterated  Adamawa State Government's is willingness to key in to the 2030 agenda for sustainable development which is the common global blueprint that will tackle theroot causes of conflict thereby createing more peaceful, stable and resilient societies that is founded on Justice, respect for human rights, reconciliation  and forgiveness .

The Governor  cited reconciliation  as an instance  that has  brought healing in Rwanda following  the aftermath of the genocide that engulfed  the country  sometimes back.
Chief Crowther  also appreciated  Search For Common Ground that has been working closely with Adamawa State Agency for Peace  Rehabilitation and Reconstruction to provide support for the process by  establishing a peace architecture across the State.

Earlier, the Country Director, Search for Common Ground Mr. Sher Nawaze Ali said the objectives of  Search for Common Ground is to expand and strengthen peace architecture by  promoting social cohesion and also the institutionalizing of the  early warning and early response mechanism.

Mr. Nawaze Ali also maintained that the Search for Common Ground project will use a peace building framework to bring together securities, civil societies, traditional and religious actors to collectively discuss on the threats and to  identify the possible solutions .

He thereafter spelt out that securities challenges  in the 6 Local Government areas in the the State namely Yola South, Mubi, Michika, Madagali, Gerei, Numan, Demsa and Lamurde are being handled as starting  points.

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