TRANS KALABARI ROAD: RIVERS DEP GOVERNOR, KALABARI STAKE HOLDERS CONDEMN ADDUCTION OF EXPATRIATE

Looking For Anything Specific?

TRANS KALABARI ROAD: RIVERS DEP GOVERNOR, KALABARI STAKE HOLDERS CONDEMN ADDUCTION OF EXPATRIATE

Kalabari Traditional Rulers and Stake holders have condemned the recent abduction of an expatriate staff of Lubric Construction Company working on the Trans Kalabari Road.

Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Ipalibo Harry Banigo (Right) presiding over a Meeting of Kalabari Traditional Rulers and Stakeholders at the Government House, Port Harcourt on the 17th Sept. 2021.

Speaking at a meeting at the Government House in Port Harcourt on Friday, 17th September, 2021.

Rivers State Deputy Governor Dr. (Mrs) Ipalibo Harry Banigo said she was deeply pained by the unfortunate incident carried out by unknown miscreants.

According to the Deputy Governor who said the State Chief Executive Nyesome Ezenwo Wike is desirous to bring more development projects to the Kalabari kingdom, regretted that this act is capable of discouraging him.

“I want to reiterate that our Governor is very desirous to do more developmental projects in our communities, there are many more things he has in the card to do for us, and if we allow this ugly thing to surface that attitude will discourage him” The Deputy Governor quipped.

Dr. Banigo who said perpetrators of the heinous crime did not drop from the sky insisted that they are community people and must be fished out and dealt with decisively, while calling for the immediate and unconditional release of the abductee.


Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Ipalibo Harry Banigo being presented with a Communiqué, by the Amayanabo of Minama, HRH. Iboroma Talbot Pokubo during a Meeting of Kalabari Traditional Rulers and Stakeholders at the Government House, Port Harcourt on the 17th Sept. 2021.


Also speaking the Chairman of the Greater Port Harcourt City Development Authority Chief Ferdinand Ngogo Alabraba expressed regrets that a project as important as the Trans Kalabari Road would be tampered with by persons who do not mean well for the Kalabari People.

“If their intention is to run down the good works of our dear Governor, over a project which the Kalabari People have been yarning for years, then am sure God Almighty will not allow them to get away with this dastardly act of kidnapping one expatriate” Chief Alabraba stressed.

Chief Alabraba further said “it is important that we talk to ourselves and ensure that everything possible is done to ensure immediate release of the victim, and ensure that measures are put in place to forestall this type of things in the future”.

Presenting a 7 point, communique, king Iboroma Talbot Pokubo, Amayanabo of Minama who represented King Disreal Gbobo Bobmanuel, the Amayanabo of Abonnema, demanded for the immediate and unconditional release of the expatriate, and reassured Governor Wike of their unwavering support for the Governor.

Post a Comment

0 Comments