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Use Carrot And Stick Approach For Militants- Delta Monarchs

Rulers in Delta State have called on the Federal Government to adopt a carrot- and- stick approach in dealing with militants bombing oil and gas installations in the Niger Delta region. Acting Chairman of the Delta State Traditional Rulers Council, Dr. Emmanuel Efiezomor, who addressed reporters at the end of a meeting in Asaba, urged the Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, to lay down arms and embrace the peace overtures of the federal government.

The royal fathers acknowledged the efforts of governors in the region to end the crisis and emphasized the need for more collaborative effort by all stakeholders in ensuring an enduring solution to the Niger Delta question. The council constituted separate committees to visit members with health challenges with a view to taking proactive measures to address their health concerns and cautioned against the conferment of titles on persons of dubious character.
 Dr. Efiezomor charged the committees to be thorough and interface with the affected monarchs in the three Senatorial Districts, saying, “Welfare and health of traditional rulers in Delta State remain a top priority of the council.”

The 2nd vice chairman and Orodje of Okpe, Orhue I, said the inauguration of the committees was in tandem with the avowed determination of the council to promote oneness and love among the traditional rulers. In his remarks, Pere of Akugbene-Mein Kingdom, S.P Luke Kalanama VIII, re-affirmed the commitment of the council to promote unity and friendship among traditional rulers as members of one indivisible body.

The Obi of Ubulu-Unor heads the committee for Delta North while the Ovie of Ozoro chairs the Delta South and Central committee They are to visit the King of Akwukwu-Igbo, Oshimili North local government area, His Majesty Obi David Azuka, Obi of Ebudu-Akah, Ovie of Iyede, the Pere of Ngbilebiri-Mein and the Osuivie of Agbarho and come up with a detailed report on the health status of the traditional rulers for further action.
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