Traditional rulers chart path for national unity

The peace and security of Nigeria is a task that must be achieved by all, so said the members of the National Council of the Traditional Rulers of Nigeria (NCTRN), South-South and South East chapter, at a peace and security consultation meeting held recently at Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja.
The traditional rulers also resolved to work together as dependable allies to secure the peace and security of the country.
According to the Chairman of Southeast Council of Traditional Rulers, Eze Eberechi Dick: “We have consulted the people that matter from South-South and Southeast and we will ensure that we, traditional ruler from any part of this country, see ourselves as one.
Chairman of South-South Council of Traditional Rulers, King Edmund Daukoru, said the meeting was an attempt to resuscitate the council to deal with issues affecting the zonal bodies of NCTRN.
Convener and monarch of Okori-Eleme community in Rivers State, King Appolus Chu, said networking among traditional leaders was paramount to a peaceful and harmonious country, adding that the meeting had rekindled the traditional institution’s hope of building bridges across every part of the country and promote national cohesion.

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