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100 Days In Office: Ogu Monarch Lauds Gov Wike

…Dedicates Staff Of Office To God, People Of Ogu Kingdom

The Amanyanabo of Ogu Kingdom, His Majesty, King Nicholas Dickson Ibiebele Nimenibo, Loko IX has congratulated the State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike on his 100-days in office of his second tenure and lauded him for the presentation of Certificates of Staff of Office to 84 government recognized Traditional Rulers in the State.

…Dedicates Staff Of Office To God, People Of Ogu Kingdom

The Amanyanabo of Ogu Kingdom, His Majesty, King Nicholas Dickson Ibiebele Nimenibo, Loko IX has congratulated the State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike on his 100-days in office of his second tenure and lauded him for the presentation of Certificates of Staff of Office to 84 government recognized Traditional Rulers in the State.

King Ibiebele Nimenibo who made the commendation in a chat with newsmen in his palace at Ogu, in Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area said the presentation of staff of office during his 100-days in office was unique as it would go into the annals of history in the State.

He noted that with the presentation and commissioning of projects as part of the celebration, the Governor has stood tall among others in the nation, and enjoined him not to relent in his vision of further taking Rivers State to a new level.

The Ogu monarch noted that the ceremony would remain indelible in their minds as such as a thing had not happened in recent times and thanked the Governor for the honour done them and assured that they would reciprocate by giving him all necessary support and co-operation for his administration to succeed, as well as assist him bring insecurity and other social vices to the barest minimum in their domains and in the State.

King Nicholas Dickson Ibiebele Nimenibo said he lacked words to described Governor Wike for his Certificate of Recognition and Staff of Office given to him and promised to support him to complete his tenure with remarkable achievements.

The Amanyanabo of Ogu said he dedicated the award to God first and to the people of Ogu Kingdom, assuring that he would continue to maintain peaceful disposition and unity in the area.