PHALGA Boss Vows To Sustain Peace In PH


The Chairman,  Care
taker Committee of the Port Harcourt City Local Government Area, Barrister Nnamdi Wuche, has vowed to sustain the peace in the state capital,  just as he urged traditional rulers to assist in re- educating their youths on the need to maintain peace.
Bar Wuche made this declaration  on Tuesday when he led other members of  caretaker the committee on a visit to  the Eze Opara Rebisi, Chief Victor Woluchem,.
The council boss urged the monarch and his council of chiefs to continue to give the Rivers State governor,  Rt.Hon Chibuike Amaechi support, noting that the present government meant well  for the people of the local government and the entire state.
He noted that all ethnic groups in the state have benefited from the present administration; adding that the Amaechi  government was being  criticized for adhering strictly to the rule of law and accountability in government.
Wuche promised to leave  a befitting  legacy in the local government area, saying  he would not hesitate to develop all areas and carry everybody along for the overall interest of the local government.
In his response, the Eze Opara Rebisis, Chief Victor Woluchem, congratulated the council boss on  his appointment and noted that his appointment was an indication that Governor Amaechi meant well for the people of the area.
Woluchem urged him to use his wealth of experience to ensure that peace continues to exist in the area.
According to him, ‘’ you were a councilor and the first to be returned as  councilor in the Port Harcourt City Council. The system is no longer new to you, so we expect you to show that stuff you are made up and put smiles on the faces of the people’’.