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Akoko-Edo Traditional Council Expresses Support For Speaker And Members Of EDHA

The Akoko-Edo Traditional Council has distanced itself from the purported resolution attributed to some traditional rulers from Edo North over the leadership change in the Edo State House of Assembly.

The traditional rulers from Akoko-Edo made the assertion when they paid a courtesy visit to the House.
The eleven traditional rulers that made up the Akoko Edo traditional Council led by his royal Highness Oba Idogun the third the Olokpe of Okpe said they decided to pay solidarity visit to the house Assembly to identify with the members on their decision to effect a leadership change.

While commending the unity of all members under the leadership of Alhaji Kabiru Adjoto the traditional rulers said any resolution that would have been made by some traditional rulers from Edo North is not binding on them.
The traditional rulers expressed happiness that for the first time in the history of the state an Akoko Edo man is made a speaker and already doing well a situation that gladdens the hearts of those they represent.

Welcoming the traditional rulers the speaker EDHA Alhaji Adjoto Kabiru thanked them for living their palace to identify with the members of the house under his leadership to succeed for the benefit of Edo people.
The speaker assured the traditional rulers that the legislative arm will key into the development policies of the Edo State governor Godwin Obaseki in providing the dividends of democracy to the people.
The traditional rulers prayed for the speaker Alhaji Kabiru Adjoto.

Reported by Efosa Uwangue.

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