2023: Don’t Campaign In Our Secretariat, Delta Monarch’s Tell Politicians

... pass confidence vote on governor Okowa


The Delta State Council of Traditional Rulers have appealed to politicians in the state  not to toy with the  idea  of visiting their official Secretariat for political campaign consultations ahead of  2023 elective offices jamboree.

This was contained in a communique issued at the end of the monthly meeting of the Monarch’s which held yesterday in Asaba, the Delta State capital.

The Chairman of the  state Council, His Majesty, Obi Dr E. O Efeizomor II, JP , OON, Obi of Owa, read the communique.

He was flanked by the First Vice Chairman, His Majesty, Major – Gen Felix Mujakperuo (rtd), CFR, Orodjie of Okpe, and the Second Vice Chairman, His Majesty, Pere Stanley Perediegha Luke, Kalanama VIII, (JP), Pere of Akugbene – Mein.

The Monarch’s  reasoned that rather than turn the Secretariat  a political campaign visitations and consultations jamboree ,  such politicians should take their  messages to the traditional rules at the  zonal level from where the message can be communicated to other  Monarch’s at the grassroot level.

” the council advised politicians who wish to visit traditional rulers at the State Council Secretariat  to consider carrying out such  visitations to the traditional  rulers at their zonal level  for onwards carriage of their messages to other grassroot traditional rulers”.

The council also used the occasion to call on all road users to be mindful  of the “ember” season and tread with caution for safety reasons.

The royal fathers urged all Deltans to embrace peace in all endeavors and support government’s efforts towards sustained security in the state.

The council congratulated Governor Okowa  who was honored as the best performing Governor of the year in  infrastructural development in Nigeria by the Nigeria Institute of Civil Engineers (NICE) on the 14th October, 2021in Asaba.

They also reiterated their continued support and loyalty to the government of Senator Ifeanyi Okowa and passed a vote of confidence on his administration.

The council mourned the passage of former Military Administrator  of Delta State, Air Commodore Ibrahim Kefas, who passed on in October 1st, 2021 and wished his family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

The meeting was attended by  traditional rulers from across the three senatorial districts in the state.

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