Ondo State Governor,Rotimi Akeredolu alongside his counterpart from fournorthern States on Tuesday met with Governor Dapo Abiodun and stakeholders in Ogun for a peace talk following recent Clash between Farmers and Herders in Yewa communities.

Fulani herdsmen have killed about eight people in Ogun, causing tension in Yewa area of the State.

The four northern governors who had been to Oyo State arrived Ogun at about three in the afternoon and were welcomed by Governor Abiodun.

The Governors include: Bello Matawale of Zamfara; Atiku Bagudu, Kebbi; Abdullahi Ganduje, Kano and Abubakar Bello, Niger State.

Abiodun had on Monday disclosed that five governors were to hold a security peace meeting with him in Abeokuta, on Tuesday.

The Governor revealed this while leading the security chiefs in the state and some members of the State Executive Council to the troubled area in Yewa Local Government Council terrorised by suspected herders.

Addressing the gathering, Governor Abiodun announced measures that have so far been taken to curb the menace,noting that interim report received shows some people are fanning the ember of the crises.

He said ” the interim report I have received found that certain non-resident elements are fanning the embers of this tragic crisis, and this will not be tolerated.

” The priority of this Government is the safety of lives and property, and we will not rest on our oars in this pursuit.