By Michael Ezenwata
The traditional ruler of Nibo His Royal Majesty Eze Michael Chuwkuemeka Ngene, Ugonwanne (Ezeike the fourth) has called for the peaceful and prompt resolution of the impasse existing between opposing factions in the Anambra State house of Assembly.
The monarch who spoke to the press at Nibo on the crisis urged governor Willie Obiamo to ensure that the two sides to the dispute are brought on a round table conference to chart a way forward.
Eze Ngene frowned at the political situation that may bring disrepute to the state known for peace and political stability, and expects that Justice, fair play and truth shall prevail in handling the impasse. He commended the Obiano administration for its positive development thrust in its first term in office and expects that in the present dispensation, efforts should be made to re-assure the Anambra people that it will sustain its campaign promises
Eze Ngene noted that his community Nibo gave the Governor Obiano an unflinching support during his campaign for his first term in office and in ensuring his twenty one over twenty one victory in his re- election bid. He appealed to the state governor to consider his community in executing some road projects begging for attention.
On his part, the traditional ruler of Umuawulu Igwe Joel Egwuonwu recommended dialogue in resolving the crisis existing between the two factions in the state house of Assembly to ensure smooth development in the state.
Reacting to the development, the traditional ruler of Ifite – Ogwari Igwe Alphonsus Ofuebe called for an amicable resolution of the crisis to avert clogging the wheel of progress established by the governor Obiano administration.
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