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RH Eze John Madukwe Olocha Identifies With Flood Victims, Communities, Sues For Peace In Aluu Crisis

The Royal Highness and Nyewe Ali Igwuruta Eze John Madukwe Olocha has identified with flood victims and communities in Rivers State.
Eze John Madukwe Olocha expressed shock at the rate which flooding overran some of the communities in Rivers State thereby causing series of damages to several families and their farmlands.
The highness who was thanking the Rivers State government for its passionate move to arrest the situation by setting up a twelve man committee led by the Deputy Governor of Rivers State, Engineer Tele Ikuru prayed the affected victims and communities to see flooding as a natural disaster and enjoined them to express faith in God to overcome the problem.
He, however, called on all well meaning Rivers people and multi-nationals operating in the state to join hands with the Rivers State government to identify with the victims and the communities.
According to Eze John Olocha this is the time to express, love and concern by making materials available and financial assistance to the victims. He also called on the churches to pray for the victims and communities so as to quickly overcome the misery the flooding might have caused them and look unto God for better days ahead.
Similarly, the Royal Highness Eze John Madukwe Olocha has called for peace arising from the untimely death of four students of the University of Port Harcourt and called on the security agents in the state to rise to the challenge by conducting an intensive investigation on the issue. Eze John Olocha assured that with proper investigation into the matter, real culprits will be fished out for necessary action and thanked the Rivers State government for beefing up security in the area to avert further crisis.
On the issue of community development, Eze Olocha appealed to rural communities in Rivers State, especially the oil producing areas to avail themselves the opportunity provided by the Global Memorandum of Understanding which is facilitated by the government and multinational concerns. While describing the Global Memorandum of Understanding as a treaty, stressed that the memorandum would serve as a mutual link between the government, multinational and the communities to facilitate rural development and prayed the representatives of the communities not to be self seeking but propagate and project the essential needs of their communities for the good of all. ####

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