Fambul Tok facilitates the formation of Chiefdom Peace Mothers executive in Nganyahun section,
Pendembu town in Upper Bambara chiefdom on 24th February 2021. A total of twelve participants from all the six Sections, two from each section, were present.
Madam Lucia Brima team leader Fambul Tok thanked all participants for honouring their invitation to the meetings and also thanked them for their continuous participation with Fambul Tok all this while.
She said Fambul Tok has formed peace mother group in as all six sections in upper Bambara chiefdom and all the peace mothers are doing very well in their normal activities over the years adding that it’s now time to form the chiefdom peace mother executive that will over see the activities of the sectional peace mother groups.
She also Said, sometimes peace mother groups in some sections will keep off their normal activities and slowly die down but the chiefdom peace mother executive will now serve as an Auxiliary body that will re-organise the group in order to kick start their normal activities.
She went on to say that the chiefdom peace mother executive could also serve as a mediator between peace mother groups. Whenever minor conflict arises among them the chiefdom Peace Mother executive will step in to stabilise the situation.
During the formation, Madam Hawa Musa, Peace Mothers chairlady for Bambara section thanked Fambul Tok for coming up with a beautiful initiative. She said, the sectional peace mother has been great in all sections in the chiefdom with regards to peace and development but the formation of peace mother group at chiefdom level has being the gap for a long time.
She also said, before now, there was no upper level peace mother group to advise and encourage them to continue their activities but with the formation of chiefdom peace mother executive this will salvage the situation. They will serve as an umbrella body for overseeing the activities of all sectional peace mother groups in the chiefdom.
Finally, she thanked Fambul Tok for their continues engagement in the chiefdom.