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NCPC concludes arrangements for Southern Kaduna peace summit

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The Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCDC) has concluded arrangements for the take off of a three day Peace Summit on de-escalation of conflict and ending the destruction of lives and property in Southern Kaduna.

The NCPC is championing a summit amid the spate of attacks in Southern Kaduna has led to the deaths of innocent lives, loss of property and businesses.

In a statement issued and sent to CAPITAL POST on Saturday by the Chairman of the Local Organising Committee, James Movel Wuye said, the three day Summit which is being sponsored by the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) and Friends of Kaduna State, will feature presentations on strategies for de-escalation of conflict and ending the destruction of lives and property; Promoting Interfaith community dialogue and bridging the gap in the Southern Kaduna conflict narrative. With all presentations further highlighting the focus of the NCPC which includes promoting reconciliation, peace and National unity.

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The Kaduna State government is expected to be well represented at the summit and also some neighbouring states.

A long list of other dignitaries expected include the Executive Secretary of Tetfund, Prof Suleiman Elias Bogoro, Special Guest, Rev. Dr. Yakubu Pam NCPC Chief Executive, former Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Martin Luther Agwai (Rtd) and former Chairman, Military Pensions Board, AVM Mohammad Rabiu Dabo (Rtd).

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Other important personalities and groups that will grace the occasion include Southern Kaduna Traditional Rulers
and Emirs, SOKAPU, CAN, JNI, Southern Kaduna Elders Forum, Miyetti Allah and Southern Kaduna Community Development Associations amongst many others.

The event will take place between 8th and 10th of September, 2020 in Kafanchan, Jema’a Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

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