Kwale Protest: Respect Court Orders Umusadege Ogbe Youth Tells Okowa.

okowa vs protest
okowa vs protest

Kwale, the Umusadege Ogbe youth today blocked all the major entrances to Kwale living business premises lifeless as a warning to the governor of Delta State, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa to reverse his decision. The Community are calling on the Governor to respect the court order that established the territory boundary of Umusadege Ogbe. The youth in their report to News Desk said Umusadege Ogbe lies  across the Ase Creek likewise other communities that are within the Ase Creek area such as Obikwele, Afor Clan, Utgba-Ogbe Clan and Ashaka etc. The Community are not happy with the decision of the governor through his executive bill that gives Beneku community Autonomy. They are saying the action of the the governor is to divide the community stating that the Umusadege Ogbe has a common boundaries with Okapi Community, Abalagada Community, Aboh Kingdom down to Utagba-Obe to Umuseti Ogbe all have their share in the territory across same Ase Creek.

The Community are calling on the governor to play a fatherly role in this matter as the community is a peaceful and loving people and wish not to be pushed to the wall. They can never be two kingdoms in a kingdom. They reminded the governor that Obi-Uda later named Obi-Ogo is Umusadege Farm land now Beneku community today. Business premises has been closed down due to the ongoing protest.

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