The Olu of Warri Tsola Emiko, Ogiame Atuwatse III, dissolved all palace chiefs, traditional councils, committees, and sub-committees.
This occurs days after the first-class monarch was crowned.
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The Olu of Warri cited section 25 of the Delta State Traditional Rulers Council and Chiefs Law Capt. 2, the law of Delta State of Nigeria, 2008 to support his decision, according to the letter with public notice; 09012021/001.
“I, Atuwatse Ogiame III, hereby announce, for the general public’s information, the dissolution of all traditional Councils, Committees, and Sub-committees, as well as the scheduled exercise of revalidation/confirmation, effective from the 2nd day of September 2021, by the Delta State government, particularly the traditional rulers and Chiefs Committees.”
The Warri Council of Chiefs, the Olu in Council, and all standing, adhoc, and Sub-committees are dissolved immediately for the avoidance of doubt. On the 2nd of September 2021, the mandatory revalidation/confirmation of Chieftaincy titles will begin.
The timetable for the revalidation and confirmation exercise will be available at the Palace Secretariat starting September 1, 2021, according to the notice.
It was also revealed that immediately after the revalidation and confirmation exercise, all chieftaincy titles would be registered with the prescribed authority by section 25 of the Delta State Traditional Rulers Council and Chiefs Law (supra).
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