A special stakeholders meeting was yesterday held to investigate the last elections in Central Nigeria's Jos, the Plateau State capital.

The forum organized by the Plateau State Peace Building Agency specifically aimed to identify challenges and prospects from Saturday's Presidential and National Assembly elections in Jos North Local Government Area.

A preelection roundtable was earlier organized by the agency to identify and neutralize potential threats to peace in the locality.

The LGA has been a conflict flashpoint for years, raising concerns for violence in this year's elections.

The PPBA hopes to use the last elections as case study in charting a way for more peaceful State elections in the area next week.

The agency's aim according to officials is not to find faults in any specific individual or political party but the entire political atmosphere for universal solutions to conflicts.

Director General of the Agency, Mr. Joseph Lengman who chaired the meeting assured of the agency's readiness to mediate in all election disputes without bias.

The agency was set up in 2016 by the State Governor, Simon Lalong to resolve conflicts between farmers and herders in the State.

It operates largely within conflict areas, interfacing with interest groups, security agencies, civil societies and community leaders with no visible government interference.