In promoting peace and reconciliation, the Network Support for Peace Education has organised a one-day peace building meeting at the native court barray in Senbehun town Bagruwa chiefdom.
Participants were drawn from the four primary schools and one secondary school within the community.
Joe Kai Stevens described peace to the participants as the major pillar for sustainable development.
NESPE’s coordinator, George Gbenga, disclosed that the purpose of the meeting was to elect four volunteer facilitators for the quest of peace.
He stressed that the project was to foster peace among community members through film shows and discussions.