ALL HANDS MUST BE ON DESK TO RESTORE PEACE, OKYC ENJOINS ALL LOVERS OF PEACE NOT TO RELENT IN ENSURING PEACE IN OGULAHA COMMUNITY

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ALL HANDS MUST BE ON DESK TO RESTORE PEACE, OKYC ENJOINS ALL LOVERS OF PEACE NOT TO RELENT IN ENSURING PEACE IN OGULAHA COMMUNITY.

WARRI _ The leadership of the Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Council () led by Hon. Justice Timiadi Akuna which is a revered youth Organisation serving as an umbrella body for all youths in the oil rich Ogulagha Kingdom in Burutu Local Area of Delta State has continually sue for Peace in Ogulagha Community over the recent happenings leading to destruction of properties in the community. Peace been a state or period in which there is no war or a war has ended is key to our existence as a people.

Truly we have had our own fair share of conflict in recent times but we must always remember that we are brothers and sisters no matter what challenges we are currently faced with.

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The leadership wish to thank and appreciate individuals, religious faithful and institutions which have sacrificed their time and resources in one way or the other in ensuring that the once existed peace is brought back to our community.

Our profound appreciation goes to our indefatigable and capacity governor His Excellency Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa who has been the arbitrator and honest broker right from the inception of these challenges, to our amiable big brother and leader H.E Barr. Kingsley Burutu Otuaro, the Acting Governor of Delta State, we appreciate your inexhaustible and weariless contributions towards ensuring that peace returns back to our community, also worthy of appreciation is our very own Rt.Hon. Julius G.Pondi Member Representing Burutu Federal Constituency and Hon. Godknows Angele, Chairan Burutu Local Govt Council for your sedulous and unflagging dedication in returning peace back home and not forgetting our father and traditional Ruler H.R.M King Elder Capt. Joseph I.Timiyan (JP) The Paramount ruler of Ogulagha Kingdom for your consistent fatherly role and sleepless nights in initiating the peace process in ensuring we leave as one big family, not also forgetting the peace building superlative, breathtaking and sublime role of our leader, father, the mirror and symbol of the Niger Delta Struggle High Chief Ekpemupolo has played so far to see that peace returns in our community. As a body we are grateful to you all including the individuals, and well meaning groups who has played one positive role or the other calling for Peace.

In a statement made available to us in warri by the Chairman, Publicity committee of the Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Council Comr. Doubra Collins Okotete, he reemphasised that Conflict which refers to some form of friction, or discord arising within a group when the beliefs or actions of one or more members of the group are either resisted by or unacceptable to one or more members of another group. Conflict can arise between members of the same group, known as intragroup conflict, or it can occur between members of two or more groups, and involve violence, interpersonal conflict. But in all, Comrade Doubra Okotete repeatedly reemphasized the need for us as humans to always preach peace, talk peace and further hinted that the benefit of peace to our individual lives, family unit, community and as a kingdom cannot be overemphasized.

The comrade Justice Timiadi Akuna led Okyc showed compassion and commensurate with the Late Sampson Prebor family, Ogulagha community and the entire Ogulagha Kingdom over the demise of their son, brother, father and loved one Late Capt. Solomon Prebor who was the chairman of Ogulagha Community. Truly his death is an irreplaceable loss and as such left a huge vacuum but prayed to God Almighty to give the entire family and Ogulagha Community the mettle and fortitude to overcome this trying moments and that God should never allow such to happen in our midst again. He further, admonished all those who’s houses were burnt and properties destroyed to be courageous and wear the emblem of peace, noting that it’s really saddened and a bad experience but enjoins them to wear the heart of our leader Nelson Mandela who was the first to embrace those who imprisoned him for over 20 years for his struggle for the emancipation of the black race.

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