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Royals Protest Unavailability Of National Identity Cards

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The Delta State Traditional Rulers Council has raised concerns about the inordinate delay in providing permanent National Identity cards to the state’s citizens, seeking a speedy solution to the problem.

The Chairman of the Council and Orodje of Okpe Kingdom, Major-General Felix Mujakpuero (Rtd) Orhue 1 in a 4-point communique at the end of the meeting of the monarchs in Asaba, urged the “Management of National Identity National Identity Management Commission, NIMC, in Delta State to expedite action on the registration process to enable Deltans to get the permanent National Identity cards.”

The Delta State Traditional Rulers Council applauded Governor Oborevwori’s exemplary leadership in hosting the 13th Extraordinary General Assembly, expressing gratitude for his tireless efforts in advancing the state’s interests and seeking divine strength and protection for his endeavors.

Read also: Gov Otti Commends Oborevwori’s Effective Leadership In Delta

The Council joined in celebrating Governor Oborevwori’s 61st birthday milestone, expressing gratitude for his dedicated service and seeking God’s continued blessings, protection, and wisdom to illuminate his path and inspire his decision-making.

The royal fathers paid their respects to the late Asagba of Asaba, Professor Chike Edozien, by visiting his family and honoring his remarkable leadership, which continues to inspire generations.

The royal father consoled the grieving family, reminding them that their patriarch’s life was a testament to his dedication and passion, leaving an indelible mark on the world that will never be forgotten.

The 1st Vice Chairman of the Council, Pere Luke Kalanama V111, paid tribute to the late monarch’s courageous efforts to secure constitutional recognition for traditional rulers, a fight he led with unrelenting passion until his passing.

Responding on behalf of the family one of the sons of the late Asagba, Engineer Louis Edozien thanked the Traditional Rulers for the visit saying the burial rites of the monarch will end on the 28th of this month.

The ceremony witnessed a convergence of prominent traditional rulers from the state, including the former council chairman and the esteemed Obi of Owa, Dr. Emmanuel, who joined forces to pay their respects.

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