Representatives of Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State; Deputy Chairman, Oyo State Council of Obas, Oba Francis Alao, who is the Olugbon of Orile Igbon in Surulere Local Government Area of the state, and the state Commissioner of Police, Ngozi Onadeko, on Sunday, inspected the houses and vehicles burnt in Igangan.
Special Adviser to the Governor on Security Matters, Mr Fatai Owoseni led the government delegation to Igangan.
They all pleaded with the youths to allow peace to reign, assuring them that the police and other security agencies would thoroughly investigate the crisis in order to effectively tackle the security challenge in the area.
The Olugbon appealed to the people to eschew violence, saying a community without peace would not develop.
The monarch assured the residents that government would take steps to permanently end insecurity in the area.
He said they should not allow the issue to degenerate into an ethnic crisis.
Owoseni told the youths that violence would not solve the problem but assured them that government would work more with the people to ensure their security and development.
The commissioner of police told the people that she just resumed in the state but assured them that proper investigation would be carried out into the issues with a view to finding a permanent solution to them.