The Committee setup by the State Government to resolve the Igbokoda land dispute, has submitted its report to the State Government.
While submitting the report to Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, its Chairman and Attorney General of the State , Sir Charles Titiloye, said the Supreme Court judgement favoured no one or group in particular but the entire Mahin commuity.
He commended the governor for his quick intervention in restoring peace in the area. Titiloye disclosed that the committee came up with five recommendations, adding that if fully implemented by the government, it would bring lasting peace to the community.
He informed Governor Akeredolu that in the bid to ensure peaceful and amicable resolution of the crisis, the committee examined the various judgements and correspondences between parties in the dispute
“Consequently, sir, we have made five recommendations which we believe if implemented by government will bring peace to Igbokoda. Igbokoda, as the capital of Ilaje local government, is central to the development of the state. We urge government to do all that is required to bring peace “.
He lamented the absence of boundary limitation to ascertain the extent of land of each community.
The Chairman appreciated the governor for the opportunity given him and other members to serve in the committee “.