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Era of ethnic clashes over, Olu of Warri declares | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Ogiame Atuwatse, Olu Of Warri

Era of ethnic clashes over, Olu of Warri declares | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III, has said the era when ethnic nationalities in three Warri councils clashed over differences is over, stressing that he would do everything to promote peace...

Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III, has said the era when ethnic nationalities in three Warri councils clashed over differences is over, stressing that he would do everything to promote peace and inter ethnic harmony in Delta State.The Olu spoke during the third edition of Aghofe Ghigho cultural ceremony to usher in Omadino community as new palace keepers.

Every three months, Itsekiri communities rotate duties in the palace. Inorin community handed over to Omadino.The monarch said: “We will enjoy peace in Warri. Never again will we clash over our differences. We will always come together, we will discuss, we will agree and we will be the better for it.”

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Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III, has said the era when ethnic nationalities in three Warri councils clashed over differences is over, stressing that he would do everything to promote peace and inter ethnic harmony in Delta State. The Olu spoke during the third edition of Aghofe Ghigho cultural ceremony to usher in Omadino community as new palace keepers. “The Kwibuka event has a Nigerian… Nigeria’s women national team finished fifth at the just-concluded Kwibuka T20i Championship in Kigali, Rwanda The Eighth Kwibuka Women’s T20 Tournament took a new turn with the introduction of a veterans’ exhibition match between Nigeria and Rwanda. Every three months, Itsekiri communities rotate duties in the palace.” It may seem overwhelming, but if the nation is genuinely dedicated, e-governance may improve public access to government services, information, dependable security, adequate oversight roles, accountability, and regulations. Inorin community handed over to Omadino. “The Kwibuka event has a Nigerian bent, because it was conceived on the back of the bilateral cricket matches between the two countries’ women’s team. The monarch said: “We will enjoy peace in Warri.” Until his death, 50-year-old Borogo was Chaplain of the Catholic Community, Kaduna State Polytechnic, and Chairman of Nigerian Catholic Diocesan Priests Association (NCDPA), Kaduna chapter, the chancellor noted.

Never again will we clash over our differences. Nigeria’s veterans, who majorly were from the TBS 4’O clock group, chalked 133 for the loss of four wickets in the first inning, while the Rwandan team capped it in 16. What is the significance of this e-governance? For example, the government cannot fully provide social infrastructure unless it knows the nation’s population or how many people live in the country, and it cannot adequately provide educational infrastructure until it has data on children. We will always come together, we will discuss, we will agree and we will be the better for it.” The ceremony, which was witnessed by eminent personalities from across the country in attendance, including former minister of Sports, Solomon Dalung; Social Democratic Party, (SDP) governorship aspirant, Kenneth Gbagi; founder of Word of Life Bible Church, Pa Ayo Oritsejafor; Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) governorship aspirant, Sheriff Oborevwori; traditional rulers, among others, showcased cultural heritage by many ethnic groups in country. “We lost this but the experience and the bonding has been something that we would look to strengthen. The Olu, who used the occasion to also unveil a health insurance scheme for Iwereland, his domain, said the rich cultural display was attestation of the tourism potential of Warri Kingdom. Because it could tell us a lot about how people act, what they do, and how that affects society as a whole. He intervened in the leadership crisis in Omadino community, saying: “I want to speak to Omadino community.” In this article.” In this article.

First of all, thank you for coming out in large numbers. I want to use this as an opportunity to preach peace in your community. However, the country still ranks low in terms of providing e-governance services to its citizens. “I want to remind you that you have a unique opportunity to start again in your community. Many people may feel a sense of entitlement, a sense of frustration, a sense of ‘it’s my turn,’ but I appeal to all of you to put away those sentiments. Omadino is too important a community in Warri Kingdom for there to be a division and fighting. Nigeria should not be an exception, especially because of the constant security issues.

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