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LAND TUSSLE: INDIGENES BEG OWA MONARCH FOR PEACE

Following the unending land tussle for Ekwu-Efume land in Owa-Ekei Community in Ika North East Local Government Area, a social cultural group in the community, Ni-Owa-Ekei Nwuchan has on behalf of the community sued for peace and have pleaded with Owa monarch, His Royal Majesty Dr. Emmanuel Efeizomor JP to bring a peaceful resolution to the ongoing land feud in the community.

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CHIEF MELEKWE
In a statement released to the press, the group pledged their total allegiance to Obi Efeizomor, appealing to him to forgive them in any area that they have gone wrong. Their words, “Because of the land tussle, the existing peace and joy which we share is no more there. This has done us no good but brought setback. In all the areas we have gone wrong, just like the prodigal son who despite his offence, his father had mercy on him and accepted him back as his son, we therefore, plead to Obi Efeizomor to have mercy on us, accept us back as his loyalists and help us resolve the lingering land crisis which has torn our community apart.
A reserved apology is hereby tendered to Owa Monarch, Elders and Chiefs of Owa-Ekei community, especially, Chief Augustine Melekwe, the Okirigwe of Owa Kingdom whose character was assassinated in the last publication made in Ika Weekly Newspaper edition Vol 4: No 34 Saturday November 25-Saturday December 2, 2107. We appeal that they should please find a place in their hearts to forgive whoever is involved in the crisis”.
The group also used the opportunity to appeal to the monarch to see to the release of Mr. Samuel Ohanor, calling on all aggrieved parties to unite for the peace and development of Owa-Ekei community.

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