AN APPEAL HAS GONE TO GOVERNOR WIKE TO ORGANIZE PANEL ON CHIEFTAINCY RECOGNITION
Written by miebaka ikiriko on February 12, 2021
An appeal has gone to the Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike to organize panel on chieftaincy recognition to give the people of the state a new lease of lives
A traditional ruler in Obio/Akpor, Eze Edward Wogboso made the appeal while speaking to a Radio Rivers Correspondent Justice Ogbonna in Port Harcourt.
The Traditional ruler who traced the headship of Oropotoma stool to his grandfather called on the person’s laying claim to both Nyerisimba and Osuji of Oropotoma to exercise patience.
According to him there cannot be two traditional rulers in a kingdom and appealed to youths of the Kingdom to shun crisis that would not facilitate the growth of the area.