Monday, June 20, 2022

INORIN PEOPLE APPEALS FOR RECOGNITION DURING OLU OF WARRI’S VISIT

 INORIN PEOPLE APPEALS FOR RECOGNITION DURING OLU OF WARRI’S VISIT


His Majesty, Ogiame Atuwatse III, the Olu of Warri 

 

The people of  Inorin Community in Warri South L.G.A has made a passionate appeal to the Olu of  Warri to call on the Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA), NPDC Exploration Company, Warri Refinery and other Oil Companies such as Fenog, Matrix, Pinnacle that are operating in the Warri River to recognize them as host community. 

 

They also called on the Delta State Government to speed up the construction of Trans Warri Ode-Itsekiri Road, bridges anaccess roads linking Ode-Itsekiri, Ajigba and Usele communities as well as the provision of social amenities, infrastructural and human capital development. 

 


Secretary of Inorin community, Hon. (Prince) Andrew Tesinro Okotie made the request in an address he read on Saturday June 18, 2022 on behalf of the community during the visit of the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III,  to Inorin Community. 

 

Responding, to the Olu of Warri promised to draw the attention of the various companies to their request.

 

High point of the visit was the commissioning of two classrooms blockoffice and toilet of Inorin/Ajigba Primary School, a project sponsored by Oma-Iwere Itsekiri organization, NewYork-New Jersey. 

 

The group was represented by Mr. Victor Ughara and Comrade Amechi Ogbitse Ogbonna who commended  the group for their good works and appealed to the community and pupils of the school to protect and make good use of the structure. 

 

The Olu on his way back to Warri also stopped by at Ajigba community where he commissioned the Princess Igba Villa, a project single handedly done by Chief Rita Lori, the Igba of Warri Kingdom.  

   

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