Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike urged traditional rulers to create peace in their region at all times.
He emphasized that no government can progress without peace, emphasizing that it is always the responsibility of traditional rulers to stimulate and support the growth of their various kingdoms by maintaining peace. Read Full Article
Governor Wike made this statement while presenting the certificate of appreciation and staff of office to six newly recognized traditional rulers of the state in the presence of the new Chairman of the Council of Traditional Rulers of Rivers State, His Royal Majesty, Nne-Nwe-Eli Emohua XIII (OLO IV), Ohna Sergeant Chidi Awuse, at Government House, Port Harcourt on Sunday..
The Rivers State governor, who identify peace as necessary ingredient in the process of governance, warned the traditional rulers against using their position to harass companies operating in their domain.
He particularly admonished the Gbenemene Tai Kingdom, His Royal Majesty, King Samuel Lebara Aadum Nnee, who was recognized as first class traditional ruler to use his new position to enthrone peace in Tai Kingdom for the overall interest of the people.
The five other recognised traditional rulers are all in the second class category. They include, His Royal Highness, Eze Chukwuemeka Victor Elvis Nmeham Woji Okocha Orlumeni XII – Nye Nwe-Ali Rumuorlumeni, His Royal Highness, Eze (Dr) Wobodo Sunday Jonah – Nye Nwe-Ali Ibaa/Obelle, His Royal Highness, Ohna Christian Okchineke Elechi – Nye Nwe-Eli Odegu, His Royal Highness, Eze Damian Azike Ejiohuo – Nye Nwe-Ali Rundele XII, Nogbo II and His Royal Highness, Eze Christian Amadi Evekwuru – Eze Chigu Rumuekpe. Continue Reading