An end might be in sight to chieftaincy crisis arising from the crowning of 21 kings in Ibadan, as the Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes, CCII, has waded into the matter.
According to the CCII, its Truth and Reconciliatory Committee is at the verge of resolving the face-off between the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Adetunji and the state government.
In an interview with Newsmen after a close-door meeting with Governor Abiola Ajimobi in his Office, the CCII President, Chief Yemi Soladoye, was optimistic that the committee will settle the rift by month end.
He explained that the Truth and Reconciliatory Committee comprises all major interest groups and notable elder statesmen in Ibadan as well as representatives from the military community, stressing that the move had achieved appreciable progress.
Speaking on the level of success achieved so far, the CCII President disclosed that the stakeholders reached an agreement that some court cases should be withdrawn, while some intended actions to be taken by government be put on hold to solve the face-off.
Chief Soladoye also expressed worry over the spate of violence currently resurfacing in Ibadan and assured that the situation would be nipped in the bud through intervention by the council and stakeholders to get the boys engaged.