Abodunrin said the move was to ensure that people live peacefully with each other without any crisis or rancor in society.
“So far, since January 2022, 204 cases have been reported to us and 100 cases have been resolved, while 104 cases are still pending.
“This shows that our effort has given positive results and is effective because people come to tell us whenever they are aggrieved by the problems, and we solve it without any kind of violence or violence that can cause injury or kill each other.
“People or communities should not lose hope because when you lose hope, you start to become violent, so try as much as possible to approach the civil defense peace and conflict resolution unit,” he said.
The commander said that the recent establishment of Complaint Management Centers in the 18 local government areas of the state has brought positive results and continues to bring positive results.
Abodunrin, explaining that some of his men were satisfied United Nations (UN) mediators, asked members of the public to report their grievances to command without paying any fees for friendly resolutions.
He also said that the command staff was trained, trained and up to the task to resolve any grievance between the people or the community.
According to him, people should visit any nearby local government where problems can be addressed and resolved.
“The alternative resolution that we are preaching and that the commanding general is interested in, is a win-win case where the parties involved will settle and be happy with each other, not that someone has won and someone has lost.
“The crisis that we have resolved is made up of communities fighting over land issues, destruction of farmland, clashes between farmers and herders, among others,” said Abodunrin.
For this reason, he called on citizens to be vigilant, brave and flee from any news that could disturb the peace of their communities.
The NSCDC commander, however, instructed the division officers and desk officers, who are Heads of Peace and Conflict Management in any local government, to try harder and ensure peace in the community.
“This is an era where we hear about fake news.
Whatever you are reading and you doubt that this could happen, then forget it, because you don’t have to feed yourself with news that will make you panic.
“So people should avoid negative things about themselves and the community at large and run away from fake news,” he advised.