DR. IPALIBO HARRY BANIGO REITERATES GOVERNOR WIKE’S COMMITMENT TO PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE AMONGST COMMUNITIES IN THE STATE
Written by miebaka ikiriko on January 29, 2021
Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr Palibo Harry Banigo has reiterated Governor Wike’s commitment to peaceful co-existence amongst Communities in the State and the Rule of Law.
Dr Banigo stated this while receiving the technical committee report on Wakama and Kporghor Community Boundary dispute at the Government House in Port-Harcourt.
The Deputy Governor who is also the Chairman of the Rivers State Boundary Commission urged members of both communities to maintain the peace and live harmoniously.
She stressed that the communities stand to attract development projects from the State Government when they live without rancor.
According to Dr Banigo, the report of the technical committee will be presented to the Rivers State Executive Council for approval and gazetting noting that the State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike will continue to replicate top-notch development projects across the length and breadth of the State.
It would be recalled that the technical committee on Wakama Community in Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area and Kporghor Community in Tai Local Government Area was inaugurated on the of March, 2020 under the Chairmanship of the Deputy Comptroller of Immigrations Charles Epum.