Bayelsa: Reconciliation Committee Chairman Sues For Peace
By Amadi, Gilbert
Athe chairman of Bayelsa Reconciliation Committee, Sen. John
Brabiafe has promised Bayelsans both at home and abroad a
peaceful environment during the forth coming general polls in
Dropping the hints with newsmen at the Port Harcourt
International Airport, Omagwa, Rivers State recently he said the
assurance was necessary considering the high level of commitment
displayed by the committee after the just concluded elections
held in Bayelsa State.
According to the Senator, the job was tasking, adding that with
God, all things are possible. He thanked God for making it
possible for the committee to achieve success and usher in peace
which has made the state to remain calm.
Senator Brabiafe disclosed to newsmen that they started the job
by consulting all the aggrieved politicians in their different
Town Halls for discussion with delegates from those regions
represented at every venue and after airing out their
grievances, Governor Timipre Sylva pleaded and promised that
they would not occur again, adding that both Bayelsans and
non-indigenes in Bayelsa as well as others agreed to embrace
peace which he described as the only way out towards achieving
needed dividends of democracy.
Sen Brabiafe, who maintained that they had achieved peace and
success told the people to believe in continuity, while he
appealed to Governor Sylva to incorporate them by appointing
them in positions of trust, adding that they have finished and
submitted their reports based on what they had observed, and
believing that Governor Sylva would do justice to the reports.
On the constitution review by senators he described it as a
right step in a right direction. He opined that senators should
as a matter of fact hurry up by looking critically at issues
that are not helping in achieving dividends of democracy in the
country, adding that they should call for public hearings after
review to sample opinions from different groups before putting
or passing them into law for implementation.
He also supported state police, saying the issue is long
overdue, considering the high level of security lapses in the
country and adding that true federalism is the only solution for
Nigeria, if it would be implemented. ###
...As Paramount Ruler Nominates Surveillance Publisher For
Esotericist Monday Wehere, a renowned human developer, an
experienced journalist and a great philanthropist is among those
that the paramount ruler of Rumuobiokani, Eze Amb (Dr) Samuel
Nyeche Ejims-Wopara will confer chieftaincy titles on Saturday,
15th October, 2011 in his palace.
According to Eze Wopara, the decision to confer chieftaincy
title on Wehere was taken in recognition of the vital roles he
had played bringing about development to the Rumuobiokani
community, which he said had substantially and meaningfully
impacted the lives of the people and the larger society.
He eulogized Wehere's attributes as an outstanding achiever,
worthy ambassador, remarkable intelligence, dignity, practical
approach and commitment to work, saying these were verifiable
yardsticks used in nominating him for the award.
In a letter of nomination he sent to Esotericist Wehere, Eze
Wopara, Eze Izeagwu II disclosed that the award ceremony was
part of activities to mark his 15th year coronation anniversary,
64th birthday celebration and the official opening/ dedication
of the Royal Palace and will hold on Saturday, 15th October,
2011 at his palace and Bishop Crowther Memorial Secondary
School, Rumuobiakani by 12:00noon.
Esotercist Wehere, the publisher of Hidden Knowledge and
Surveillance Newspapers will be awarded with the chieftaincy
table of Eze Aburu-Nu-Out I of Rumuobiakani. ###