From SADIQ ABUBAKAR, Maiduguri
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue has solicited for the support of the Borno state government and partnership in implementation of their activities aimed at peace building and reconciliation in the state.
Country Manager of the Centre Mrs. Millicent Lewis-ogunmuas made the call in Maiduguri.
She said the programme was part of the post-insurgency measures to strength peace, unity and tolerance among the citizens of the state.
She spoke when a delegation of the Centre paid a courtesy visit to the Deputy Governor of Borno state Umar Usman kadafur in his office at the Government House Maiduguri.
Lewis-ogunmu, who led the delegation explained that the courtesy visit was to brief the state government about the activities of the organization and role they play in dialogue, mediation and peace building in Nigeria.
She added that the centre for Humanitarian Dialogue was an independent diplomacy and mediation organization with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.