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Kalabari Stakeholders Hail Wike’s Chieftaincy Award.

Some stakeholders in kalabari kingdom  have hailed Governor Ezenwo Nyesom Wike over the conferment of a chieftaincy title on him by the Kalabari kingdom.

Recalled that Governor Ezenwo Nyesome Wike was last weekend conferred with a chieftaincy title of ‘Se-Ibidokubo’ of kalabari  by the people of kalabari kingdom.

Amanyanabo/Onuekein of Obonnoma, HRM king Enenibo-ofori Dateme Obonogina said Governor Wike deserves  greater award from the kalabari nation.

 King Dateme said the present administration under the leadership of Governor Ezenwo Nyesom Wike has embarked on many people-oriented projects in the three local governments.

The traditional ruler listed some projects embarked upon by the Governor in the kingdom to include, the trans kalabari high way, the Abonnema Obonnoma ring road and  the Abonnema/Obonnoma sand filling.

King Dateme also listed other projects as the Abalama sand filling project and a host of other projects in the kingdom.

He said the chieftaincy title was in appreciation of what the Governor has done to the people.

The Amanyanabo/Onu-ekein also assured him of the support and loyalty of Obonnoma people to his administration.

Also speaking, a chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the area, Hon. Isobo Jack, said the event was devoid of political undertone.

Isobo Jack said the people of kalabari kingdom are showing their appreciations to the governor for his love for the people of kalabari adding that Governor Wike has surpassed previous administrations in terms of human and infrastructural development in the kalabari kingdom.

According to him, projects ranging from  roads to sand filling have been carried out across the three local government areas.

On his part, chairman of Akuku Toru Local Government, Hon.Roland Sekibo, said the  Kalabari people are showing appreciation to Governor Wike.

He also commended the Governor for the war against illegal oil bunkering.

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