Group Calls For Respect For Traditional Institutions, Constituted Authorities

A Group under the Umbrella of IgalaBassa Relief and Development Initiative has called on the citizens of Kogi state and Nigeria at large to show more respect for traditional institutions across the country.

“Showing respect for our traditional institutions will no doubt provide necessary impetus that will give us a good lead for success across the homeland” the group maintained.

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The Group in a Statement made available to Our Correspondent in Lokoja over the weekend said the only way to preserve the nation’s rich cultural heritage is to give the desired attention and respect for traditional institutions by all and sundry.

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The Group also called for due respect to constituted authorities at all level saying that the exhibition of such attitude would enhance effective service delivery by those in leadership positions. adsbygoogle || []).push({});

According to the statement, The IGALABASSA RELIEF and DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE recently launched its project of bringing transformation to the door step of the rural communities as part of its commitment to better the living conditions of their people.

“We had touched communities in Idah and Ibaji LGAs and deferred visits to Olamaboro, Bassa and Dekina as well as the other four LGAs to deepen continuous Sensitization and Enlightenment on healthy maintenance and adherence to the Government’s efforts in preventing the emergence of any disease in Kogi State.

“Whenever we are able to get more intervention palliatives for the people, we continue with the other remaining local Governments in Igala land.

“This is purely humanitarian as we are non-political and non-partisan with absolute dedication to charting an entirely positive, safe and prosperous narrative for the IgalaBassa Homeland” the statement added.

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