The Lake-Chad Basin Governors’ Forum for Regional Cooperation on Stabilisation, Peace building and Sustainable Development have resolve to remain committed to joint efforts towards fostering sustainable development across the regions through dialogue and cross-border cooperation.

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In a communiqué issued at the end of the Second Meeting of the Lake Chad Basin Governors’ Forum in Niamey, governors’ expressed the need to commit to a set of common regional priorities for stabilisation in the region affected by Boko Haram.

The Communiqué was presented by Magus Titus, representative of the Governor of Far North Region, Cameroon Midjiyawa Bakari on behalf of the governors’.

The meeting of the Lake-Chad Basin Governors’ Forum was attended by the governors from the Far North and North regions of Cameroon, Hadjer-Lamis and Lac Provinces of Chad, Diffa region of Niger, and Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States of Nigeria, AU, UN institutions, Regional Economic Communities, donor governments, traditional and religious among others.