Delta State Deputy Governor, Barrister Kingsley Otuaro has urged people of Ogbe-Ijoh in Warri South-West Local Government Area to partner with the Pere of Ogbe-Ijoh Kingdom, His Royal Majesty Couple Oromoni in attracting the needed development to the area.
Barr. Otuaro made the call when he paid a courtesy call on the traditional ruler in his palace in Ogbe-Ijoh town.
Barr. Otuaro who described the process that brought the king to the throne as credible, appealed to those angry with his emergence to sheath their swords and work with him in moving the kingdom forward.
He said government is committed to ensuring that peace is maintained and urged all to toe the line of peace for the required transformation to thrive.
The Deputy Governor told the king that he decided to visit him while on his way to a New Year party put together by the PDP chairman for Warri South-West LGA, Chief Boro Opudu for members of the party in the area.
He enjoined the king to carry all his subjects along, stressing that the support of stakeholders from his domain was needed for him to succeed on the throne.
The Pere of Ogbe-Ijoh, HRM Oromoni who spoke in Ijaw language thanked the Deputy Governor for the visit and prayed God to grant the present administration the wisdom and grace to meet the expectations of Deltans. He pledged to work with all in the task of championing the course of the kingdom.
At the PDP new year get-together at the residence of the local government party chairman at Ogbe-Ijoh town, the deputy governor lauded Chief Opudu for being a good ambassador of the people and the party.
While wishing the people a prosperous new year, Barr. Otuaro called on jobless youths to enrol for the second batch of trainees in the entrepreneurial programmes of government that will kick off in the first quarter of this year. He affirmed that all parts of the state will be given equal treatment in terms of empowerment, and development and solicited the support of all in building a new Delta State.

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