Obuah Felicitates With Wike On Chieftaincy Conferment
Sole Administrator, Rivers State Waste Management Agency (RIWAMA), Bro Felix Obuah, has described as apt and justifiable the chieftaincy title of Mene Kwalenu 1 of Ogoni conferred on the state governor, Nyesom Wike, last weekend.
Congratulating the governor for the honour, Obuah, who is also the immediate past Rivers State chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), observed that, indeed, royalty does not lie in pomp, but in great virtues which he said Wike possesses in admirable quantum.
Obuah, in a statement by his media aide, Jerry Needam, said most of the governor’s virtues manifest not only in the unequaled achievements of his administration but also in the way and manner he has demonstrated that he is equal to the difficult task of governance.
The RIWAMA boss expressed joy that Wike’s efforts and penchant to give due representation to all the ethnic groups in the state are not lost on the people.
He said the people have therefore continued to show understanding and appreciation to the governor through prayers, massive support, honours and conferment of chieftaincy titles.
He congratulated Governor Wike for the feats and for the honour by the Ogoni people and prayed for divine empowerment for him to continue to do more for Rivers State and humanity.