The Judicial Commission of Enquiry set up by the Kwara State Government to investigate the communal crisis between Share and Tsaragi communities has submitted its report to Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed.
According to the Chairman of the commission, Justice Sulyman Akanbi, the commission received 23 memoranda from witnesses while the two communities also appeared with their legal representatives.
He urged the government to fully implement the four volume report in order to permanently bring an end to the constant clashes between the two communities.
Governor Ahmed, while receiving the report, promised to implement the recommendations for lasting peace in the area.
The crisis, which broke out in December 2015 over a parcel of land, led to the destruction of houses, schools and other valuables.