Delta monarchs call for sustained peace
Monarchs in Delta State, under the aegis of Delta State Traditional Rulers Council, have advised indigenes and residents to continue to work for the sustenance of peace and security in the state.
They gave the advice during the council’s meeting held at its secretariat to end activities for the year. In a communiqué read by the Obi of Owa and chairman of the council, Efeizomor II, the traditional rulers lauded various efforts of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to make life better for traditional rulers.
The traditional rulers said since Okowa’s assumption of office, he has demonstrated great respect for the traditional stool, adding that the construction of a befitting council secretariat has made their meeting more comfortable and secure.
They urged law enforcement agents to show greater respect for matters affecting traditional rulers in the state and expressed the hope that the relationship between traditional rulers and law enforcement agencies would be that of good neighborliness.
The council also called on Deltans to be more law-abiding, cooperate with law enforcement agents, and show understanding and respect for activities that will sustain the existing peace in the state.