FG sensitizes communities over ICJ judgment implementation
The Chief of Mambila in Taraba State, Dr. Shehu Audu Baju II has commended the federal government in ensuring Nigeria’s territorial integrity was intact, safe and peaceful towards implementation of the judgment of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) passed in 2002 on the Cameroun and Nigeria boundary dispute.
This was contained in a press statement, signed by the National Boundary Commission’s Resident Information Officer, Kabir Isa Bala made available to Daily Trust in Abuja yesterday.
According to the statement, the traditional ruler gave the commendation while receiving the Director General of the Commission, Dr. Mohammed Ahmad Bose who led a team of officials on a sensitization tour to the communities affected by the judgment in Mambila Plateau of Taraba State.
The sensitization was preparatory to boundary pillar emplacement exercise to be embarked upon soon.
According to the statement, the paramount leader said that people should not entertain any fear or apprehension over the pillar emplacement exercise to be carried out by the tripartite team comprising Nigeria, Cameroun and United Nations officials.