Governor of Delta State Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has on Tuesday intervene over the land dispute in Delta
The Governor warned against taking up arms when there is land dispute. 
The warning was issued from the government house Asaba while receiving the commission of enquiry into the boundary dispute between Ozoro and Oleh communities in Isoko North and Isoko South local government areas. 
The Governor further noted that “no amount of land should actually lead to the death of any person whether the person is from Oleh, Ozoro or any part of the state. 
While assuring that the commissions report will be processed by with a view to raising a white paper that would permanently resolve the boundary dispute between both feuding communities. 
“He said,” we would process both the findings and recommendations through the normal processes that it has to go through and we Will be able to come out with a white paper as quickly as possible. 
“we want to assure you that because, the only way we can truly say thank you is to ensure that the work you have brought forth and spend your time to be able to present the report today Translates to peace among our people of Ozoro and Oleh communities. 
He acknowledged that there has been numerous boundary disputes in part of the state and country 
Adding that, “by the grace of God we have continued to address of the issues concerning boundary disputes with a lot of tact and appeals 
We do this by ensuring that we follow through with the processing integrity to ensure that we are to resolve as many boundary disputes as possible. 
“I must truly thank Deltans generally for supporting us as a government in partnership to achieve this. 
Only recently we looked into the Okpe-Urhobo forest reserve crisis, and today we are getting the report of the judicial commission of enquiry into the boundary dispute between Ozoro and Oleh communities”. 
Meanwhile the state executive council, yesterday approved N221 million for the enhancement of casava production.
It also approved the construction and rehabilitation of more roads across the state. 
The state commissioner for information, Mr Charles Aniagwu who briefed news men after the exco-meeting said the governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s administration was determined to build infrastructures in every community in the state whether they are oil producing or not  
Aniagwu who who was flanked by the chief press secretary to the governor, Mr Olisa Ifeajika and senior special assistant (media), Mr Nelson Egware, said the approved roads cuts across three senatorial districts of the state. 
He disclosed that the Federal Road Safety Corps training school in Owa-Oyibu would be inaugurated next month, adding that the Exco also looked at the lands allocated to industrialists. 
The commissioner said the essence was to bring those allocation to fall in tandem with the State Government desire to have a functional estate in Asaba. 


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