Saturday, June 12, 2021

PALACE TAKE STAND ON OML 150 COMMUNITIES CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE CRISIS

PALACE TAKE STAND ON OML 150 COMMUNITIES CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE CRISIS


      Mr. Charles Omadeli


The Palace of the Olu of Warri under the leadership of the Regent of Warri kingdom, Prince Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh, Chairman of the Olu Advisory COUNCIL, Chief Johnson Amatserunleghe (JP) and the Ginuwa 1 Ruling House has taken its stand on the leadership of the OML 150 consultative forum thereby putting to rest the leadership tussle between Omadeli led Executive and that of Comr. Monday Agbeyi led executive. 



In a letter from the office of the Palace Administrator (Olu of Warri Palace) dated 10th of June, 2021 and signed by the Director of Palace Administrator, Olu of Warri Palace, Warri, Chief Clement A. Maleghemi stated categorically that they should maintain status quo in favour of Mr. Charles Omadeli led executive pending the advice of the incoming Olu of Warri. 



Addressing Journalists after the outcome of the verdict, Mr. Charles Omadeli thanked the Regent and the Iyatsere for their fairness and firmness on the matter and urged every indigene of the seven (7) host communities to remain calm and steadfast and advised non indigene that Comrade Monday Agbeyi, a civil servant (TLG) in Warri North Local Government Area are using to desist from such act. 



Mr. Charles Omadeli warned all those illegal protesters in Conoil Obodo Field under Comrade Monday Agbeyi to vacate the place with immediate effect. He also warned all those taking side with Comrade Monday Agbeyi group in the likes of Esimaje Jemide (Esimaje Awani) who are pretending to be loyal to the Palace and also claiming to be very close to the Omoba and are agitating for the withdrawal of a letter already issued from the Palace to refrain from their dirty acts. 


“The same Esimaje Awani was amongst those who sold some acres of land in Ifie, a land that has already been denoted to the Ministry of Agriculture and part of Royal Cemetery”, Omadeli concluded.         

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