Anambra ready to resolve all boundary disputes with Imo

Anambra state government is ready to resolve all major areas of dispute existing between Anambra and Imo States including Ossamari forest reserve versus Oguta, Umuchu versus Umualaoma and Uga versus Akpulu, spanning a distance of eighty five kilometres.
 The newly appointed Board Member representing the South East region at the National Boundary Commission, Abuja, Barrister Mrs. Ugonna Uzor-Kalu, is in the State on a two day familiarization visit.
Barrister Uzor-Kalu on arrival paid a courtesy visit to the Anambra State Deputy Governor, Dr Nkem Okeke, who is the Chairman of State boundary Committee.
Receiving the team, Deputy Governor Okeke said the State is committed to settling all outstanding boundary issues with neighbouring States.
Dr Okeke while congratulating the new Board member and assured that settlement of boundary problems is a process, while decrying the prevailing level of such disputes which he noted are not necessary in most cases.
Barrister Uzor-Kalu in her remarks said the visit was enable her receive first hand knowledge of all boundary issues affecting Anambra State, and disclosed that she would replicated similar visits in other States of the South East region and cautioned against acts that could escalate boundary crisis, adding that as a strategy, she will introduce a project called "Say No to Boundary Crisis", as one of the strategies aimed at charting the road for peaceful coexistence between neighbouring States.
Anambra ready to resolve all boundary disputes with Imo Anambra ready to resolve all boundary disputes with Imo Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 Rating: 5

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