Politics Today: Edo Speaker Speaks on Edo/Kogi Boundary Dispute Resolution

Politics Today: Edo Speaker Appraises Edo/Kogi Boundary Dispute Resolution
 Edo Speaker Speaks on Edo/Kogi Boundary Dispute Resolution 

Kabiru Adjoto, Edo State House of Assembly speaker, has ascribed the agreeable resolution of the boundary debate amongst Edo and Kogi states to the shared mission for managed tranquil concurrence between the two states for the economic advantages of the general population.

The speaker, while playing host to individuals from Ebira Vonya Association of Nigeria, Edo State section, depicted Ebira individuals as innovative, while their ranchers add to farming improvement of the nation.

He communicated fulfillment that Ebira Indigenes are rumored for peace, precision and regard for constituted expert and real supporter of financial change, which clear path for their full mix into such  community.

Kabiru Adjoto admonished them to continue to toe the path of peace, tranquility and shun any act capable of instigating them against constituted authority.

The Speaker assured that their request of integrating qualified and competent indigenes of Ebira community into the mainstream of governance would be looked into soon.

Expressing delight for the honour done to him through the naming of a street in Kogi State after him and his installation as patron of Osichogolo community, he said they were pointers to the fact that Ebira people appreciate hard work and good representation.

Mohammed Yakubu, president-general, Ebira Vonya Community in Edo State, said the visit was to interface with the speaker on some issues, which needed to be addressed through the cultivation of political will.

According to the PG, more than 27,000 indigenes of Ebira are settled in Edo, contributing to socio-economic development and agricultural growth as well as adapting to He announced plans by the body to present a prestigious award of honour to the speaker for his selfless contributions to the development of Ebira land.

The courtesy visit was witnessed by Victor Asein representing Owan West Constituency, Monday Ehighalua (Esan West) and Damian Lawani (Etsako) in Edo Assembly.


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