Fubara:Asukewe Ikoawaji ‘Sergeant Awuse Was Not Removed As The Eze Of His Community In Emohua’

Fubara:Asukewe Ikoawaji 'Sergeant Awuse Was Not Removed As The Eze Of His Community In Emohua'The expulsion of Sergeant Awuse by Governor Sim Fubara does not impact Asukewe Ikoawaji, a member of the Rivers State Elders Council, in his capacity as the Eze of his Emohua village.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He stated that his displacement solely pertains to his role as the chairman of the council of traditional rulers, a position he himself had once inherited from a predecessor. He also argued that despite his removal from the chairmanship, Sergeant Awuse remains an integral part of the traditional leadership structure in Rivers state.

He said in an interview with Arise TV, ”This is not the first time in the history of Rivers state that a chairman of the Traditional Rulers is removed. Sergeant Awuse was not removed as the Eze of his community in Emohua. He was removed as the chairman of the council of traditional rulers. He also took over from somebody. However, he’s still part of the system. There is no personal issue in this matter. He’s still part of the Fubara’s government.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>