Representatives of the two groups gave the indication in Kafanchan at a peace and reconciliation meeting organised by a non governmental organization, Global Peace Foundation, Nigeria, where the two parties all agreed to bury their differences and chart a new course that will move the area forward.
Over the years, there have been series of communal clashes particularly in Jemaa, Kaura, Kauru and Sanga local government areas in the southern part of Kaduna state resulting in loss of lives, property and displacement of several families.
Elders from warring Fulani communities and their counterparts from Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU) were at the meeting to resolve the long-standing conflict .
The President of Southern Kaduna Peoples Union and the Deputy Chairman of Jamatu Nasril Islam were also part of the peace and reconciliatory meeting.
After much deliberations, leaders of the two groups agreed to reconcile their differences and move forward.