Abia State Monarch Tasks Southern Traditional Rulers On Security

Eze Joseph Nwabekee, the Chairman, Abia State Council of Traditional Rulers, has tasked fellow traditional rulers to decide appropriate means of settling certain community disputes before it escalates to chaotic proportions.

The Monarch gave the advice shortly after the presentation of Staff of Office to newly appointed Traditional rulers held in Michael Okpara Auditorium of Government House, Umuahia.
While speaking with newsmen, Eze Nwabubekee called on the monarchs to organise town union programs and help youths to achieve greater successes in their chosen legitimate areas of engagement as well as be receptive to the feelings of their people.
He urged them to shun high handedness and recognise the people in their communities as fellow human beings.
“I urge them to keep to the tenets of this institution and be loyal to the government that has recognized them”.
NAIJALOADED reported that no fewer than 29 new traditional rulers were presented a Staff of Office by the Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu.
Ikpeazu charged them to stop any acts that will slow down the growth and interest of their immediate communities and local government areas.
The event took place at the Michael Okpara Auditorium of Government House, Umuahia.
In a related development, the new Traditional Ruler of Ahiaban’ubi Autonomous Community, Eze Okezie Amalaha, who spoke on behalf of others, promised that they will ensure peace in their various communities and will do the needful to support and take government policies even to the grassroots.
He commended the Governor for the honour bestowed on the 29 newly appointed Traditional rulers, to bear their leadership prowess among their various communities.

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