IKA – Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has called on all Deltans to take advantage of the various agricultural programmes embarked upon by the Government to improve on their agricultural production capacity.
Governor Uduaghan made this call through his deputy, Prof Amos Utuama SAN at Idumuesah community during the official presentation of Staff of Office to His Royal majesty, Vincent Nburiche Odili, the Okpara-Uku of Idumuesah kingdom in Ika North East Local Governm ent Area, Delta State.
While urging the people of Idumuesah community to form cooperative societies to enable them access credit facilities made available by the state government to increase and add value to their rich agricultural produce, the community is known for, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan congratulated Idumuesah kingdom as their Royal father ascends the throne.
The Governor advised that the people of the kingdom should not relent in according the Royal father the much expected respect and understanding needed to facilitate his duties in his domain.
Describing the three point agenda of the Delta State Government as a function of democracy in action, the Idumuesah kingdom in a key-note address said the administration of Dr. Uduaghan has been able to follow its programmes tenaciously to the letter, as no one feels un-impacted.
Speaking at the occasion, Chief (Barr) Frank Nwugo, the Odozi-Ali of Idumuesah Kingdom, noted that the present age of HRM Mburiche Vincent, who is presently above one hundred years old will not deter him from performing his functions to his subjects as there are already administrative frame work in place to check short comings.
the Chairman, Ika North East Local Government Area, Hon. (Barr) Francis Eborka, however implored the good people of the kingdom to be submissive and accord due respect to the stool of the Okpala-Uku at all times.
hon. (Barr) Francis Eborka thanked the administration of Governor Uduaghan for his incomparable benevolence to the local government, promising to always sustain the state government invaluable legacy, particularly now that the Governor is finishing strong.