Occurrence of conflict in society is an unusual phenomenon in all societies.1 If properly utilized, conflicts engender opportunities for desired progress in the society. In general, conflicts occur as a result of wrong or mismanagement of relations among members of the society. The wrong or mismanagement of the societal relations give rise to exploitative systems marked by accumulation of powers and wealth by a certain group of individuals. Obviously, what can be argued is that conflicts make nests in the structure of the society. In this sense, conflict implies a condition of the lacking of equality in social framework.