Yuletide: Delta Monarchs Harps on Security of Lives and Properties in the State

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The Delta State Traditional Rulers Council has tasked Security Agencies to beef up security across the state to ensure the safety of lives and property of Deltans during the end of year festivities.

The Chairman of the Council and Orodje of Okpe Kingdom, Rtd Major General Felix Mujakpuero, Orhue 1 gave the charge in a communiqué at the end of the meeting of the Council in Asaba.

The Council decried the upsurge in herders –famers attacks and kidnapping by persons suspected to be Fulani Herdsmen in various communities across Delta state and urged security agencies to take urgent steps to stem the tide.

The Delta Monarchs also advised youths to conduct themselves responsibly and guard against acts inimical to peace and security during the Yuletide.

The Royal Fathers Commended the development efforts of Governor Sheriff Oborewvore particularly in promoting peace and advancing the development of infrastructure in rural communities across Delta State.

In the 5 point Communiqué , the Council congratulated all Traditional Rulers for their relentless efforts at promoting peace, Unity and Oneness among Deltans and urgent them not to relent.

The Delta Commissioner for Environment, Honourable Jamani Tommy Ejiro briefed the Council Members on the issue of indiscriminate dredging of rivers in parts of the State.

The Council therefor advised that strong action should be taking to stop the incessant and unprofessional ongoing dredging exercise across the state.

The Council prayed for continued peace , progress and development in the state before , during and after the festivities up to the new year.

The meeting was attended by the first Vice Chairman of the Council and Pere of Akugbene Mien, S P Luke Kalanama V111 and Second Vice Chairman and Obi of Ubulu unor Agbogidi Henry Kikachukwu 1, among other Traditional Rulers from across Delta State.

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