Senior Special Assistants (SSAs) To Delta State Governor, Sheriff, Asks Deltans To Embrace Peace And Remain Vigilant, During Their Monthly Meeting In Asaba

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COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF THE MONTHLY MEETING OF SENIOR SPECIAL ASSISTANTS (SSAs) TO THE GOVERNOR OF DELTA STATE HIS EXCELLENCY RT. HON. ELDER SHERIFF F. O. OBOREVWORI HELD AT EL GRAND PREMIUM HOTEL ASABA ON THURSDAY 21ST MARCH 2024.

A CALL FOR DELTANS TO EMBRACE PEACE AND REMAIN VIGILANT

Within the last week, Deltans have witnessed a calamitious outbreak of two cataclysmic events of note leading to avoidable fatalities. First, is the violent protest by certain “Okada” and “Keke” riders in the Capital – Asaba. Second, is the gory killing of Soldiers and Civilians over a purported land dispute between Ukuama community in Delta State, and Okoloba Community in Bayelsa State. Needless to say, the avoidable loss of lives in any circumstance is both tragic and regretable.

These incidents are by no means a reflection of our peaceful nature as Deltans. As stakeholders, we are irretrievably committed to ensuring Delta state remains a most accomodating and peaceful state in the federation. It is on this premise that we, the SSAs to His Excellency RT. HON. ELDER SHERIFF F. O. OBOREVWORI arising from our Meeting of March 21st 2024 unanimously issue the underlisted pronouncements.

*. We express our profound gratitude to the Executive Governor of Delta State for his swift actions in resolving the recent Okada and Keke riders crisis in Asaba. We affirm our extreme confidence in his handling of the Ukuama/Okoloba community crises.

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We condemn in very strong terms the extra judicial killings of any Nigerian citizen, moreso Military men in the line of duty. In particular, We strongly condemn the tragic killing of 17 soldiers over the Ukuama/Okoloba community crises. Our heartfelt condolences go out to the families of the slain soldiers and all others who lost their lives.

*. We urge all indigenes and residents of Delta State to embrace Peace and be wary of anyone engaging in activities that could lead to a breach of the Peace we all need for progress and development of our State.

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We call on the security agencies to remain resolute in their efforts to ensure that those responsible for these atrocious acts in the state are brought to justice.

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We implore all residents to stay vigilant and report any suspicious activities or individuals to the security agencies for immediate action.

CONCLUSION:
Delta is our state and her Peace and Security are critical for growth and prosperity. We are wholeheartedly dedicated and loyal to His Excellency RT. HON. ELDER SHERIFF F. O. OBOREVWORI in his quest to make Delta greater. Together, let us work towards a peaceful and secure Delta State.

This communique is endorsed by:

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Hon. Lucky Dikadi,
Chairman, Delta SSA’s Forum,

Hon. Okakuro Jagboro,
Vice Chairman, Delta SSA’s Forum,

Barr. Roseline Uwubiti,
Secretary, Delta SSA’s Forum,

Chief Abraham Odjighoro,
P.R.O & Publicity Secretary, Delta SSA’s Forum,

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