Gbaramatu Monarch, Olaja-Orori of Ugborodo Urge FG to Kick Start Maritime University, Okerenkoko

L-R: Olaja-Orori of Ugborodo and Pere of Gbararmatu

The Pere of Gbaramatu Kingdom, His Majesty, Oboro-Gbaraun 11, Aketekpe , Agadagba, Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State and His Royal Majesty, Suo Vi, the Olaja-Orori of Ugborodo Clan at the weekend urged the Federal Government to kick start the Nigerian Maritime University,Okerenkoko without further delay.

They both spoke at the palace of the Pere of Gbaramatu Kingdom at Oporoza when the Olaja-Orori of Ugborodo Clan and his entourage visited the Gbaramatu Royal Father.

According to them, the establishment of the Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko will bring rapid development to the area and the entire Niger Delta Region.

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They advised investors to take advantage of the prevailing peace in the area to carry out their legitimate businesses,and also implored the State and Federal Governments to ensure the immediate take-off of the Ogidigben Gas Revolution Industrial Park (Grip) and the Gbaramatu Deep seaport which together make up the celeberated Export Processing Zone (EPZ)project, whose groundbreaking ceremony was done by the former President Jonathan administration early 2015

They warned those they described as enemies of progress to steer clear from the affairs of Gbaramatu Kingdom and that of Ugborodo and resolved to continue to work for peaceful coexistence in the area.

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According to them;” Now that we have  lasting peace in the  area, we do not want any third party  to come in between us and  cause unnecessary trouble. We are peace loving people and we are not going to allow ourselves to be used by enemies of progress to engage in a needless war. We do not want fight, but development in our area”.

They added that; “This historic visit is a tremendous achievements  by both parties in the process of bringing lasting peace, unity and togetherness in the area. This visit is meant to cement our cordial relationship and we will continue to promote peaceful coexistence because without peace, no development can take place”.

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