Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said the pursuit of peace and
mediation in resolving some of the challenges in the country today is
worth the while and useful.


According to a statement by his spokesman, Laolu Akande, Osinbajo
was speaking while receiving a delegation from the Centre for
Humanitarian Dialogue, at the Presidential Villa.

Osinbajo stressed the need for collaboration with such an organization in
order to address some of the problems in the country, and welcomed a
notable feature of the Centre engaging and employing local people in the
work of peace and mediation in their own communities and country.


He also acknowledged that the Centre has been working with the Federal
Government on the National Livestock Transformation Plan, noting that
it was an important aspect of the Federal Government’s programme in
resolving the farmer/herder clashes.


Speaking earlier the head of the delegation, Country and Programme
Manager, Millicent Lewis-Ojumu explained that HD operates at all
levels from the communities to the States and National levels.