Work towards reconciliation - Omoba Charges Ugbajo Itsekiri USA

Work towards reconciliation - Omoba Charges Ugbajo Itsekiri USA

 Olu of Warri Designate, Omoba Tsola Emiko in a group photograph with members of Ugbajo Itsekiri USA led by their President, Mr. Kingsley Onuwaje including Mr. Lucky Omire Mayor and some Palace Chiefs


By Tetsoma Neyin

Olu of Warri Designate, Omoba Tsola Emiko has charged members of Ugbajo Itsekiri USA to work towards reconciliation in order to avoid any form of faction among them.

The Omoba who spoke through one of his Chiefs, Chief C.D. Ikomi made the remark at his G.R.A residence in Warri during the courtsey visit of the President of Ugbajo Itsekiri USA, Mr. Kingsley Onuwaje and other members of his led Executives two days to his Coronation scheduled for Saturday August 21, 2021.

The  Olu Designate admonished the warring parties to sheath their swords and allow peace to reign among them.

Earlier in his speech, the outgoing President of Ugbajo Itsekiri U.S.A, Mr. Kingsley Onuwaje informed the Omoba and Chiefs present  why their Convention which will give birth to a new set of Executives that would take over the mantle of leadership from his led Executives was behind schedule. This, he said, was due to the outbreak of the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic and its rigid restrictions.

Mr. Oniwaje who spoke on behalf of other Executives, thanked the Omoba for his wise counsel towards reconciliation and informed the Omoba that the much awaited three days Convention of Ugbajo Itsekiri U.S.A will commence on Friday September 3 through Sunday September 5, 2021, Labour Day weekend at Texas.


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