By Binebai Princewill
The Nigeria Police Force, Burutu Divisional Headquarters in conjunction with Youth and Conflict Resolution Initiatives (YCRI) and Burutu Community will today commence its one day peace seminar/town hall meeting in Burutu community.
It would be recalled that the programme was earlier scheduled to commence Wednesday 7th of October 2020 at Burutu community, fondly refered to as the Island of no regret.
This was made known to newsmen in Warri in a statement signed by the trio of DSP LAWRENCE LAWALA, DPO Burutu Divisional Headquarters, Pst. Alex Kenerekedi, national coordinator of Youths and Conflict Resolution Initiatives (YCRI) and Comr. Pondy Ebipadeowei Stainless, chairman of Burutu community, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers.
They however stressed that the programme will take place today the 13th of October 2020 at the Council Pavilion, Burutu Community, Headquarters of the Local Government Area of Delta State.
The Liberator Newspapers can report that the theme for this all important one day programme is tagged: “Enabling a crime free society” as a fire brand lecture hovering around the theme will be delivered by Niger Delta foremost academic scholar, Prof. Benedict Binebai of the Niger Delta University (NDU), Bayelsa State.
The statement further maintained that the programme will take place today 13th of October 2020, by 10: 00Am prompt, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, Civic Pavilion, New Wharf, Burutu town, Delta State.
The organisers had reiterated that all arrangements remains intact as everything has been put in place to host as many as possible dignitaries that may be turning out for the occasion, stressing that the general public and all lovers of peace are invited to grace the anticipated historic occasion at Burutu town.
Meanwhile, The Liberator Newspapers can report that there is a section of the programme set aside for the presentation of awards to people that have worked hard for the sustainability of peace in their various spheres and domains.
As at the time of filling this report, dignitaries have started entering the community ahead of the programme.