The Ohimegye Igu, His Royal Majesty, Alhaji Abdulrazaq Sani Isah-Koto Speaks During The Kogi Deputy Governor Visits, Chief Edward Onoja
The Ohimege, who is also the Chairman of the Lokoja/Kogi local government traditional council, said the entire ethnic groups, religious organisations, professionals and visitors have been living peacefully and harmoniously with one another.
He introduced to the Deputy Governor, the leaders and representatives of the various ethnic and religious groups across the local government area. They include the Egbira, Gbagyi, Bassa, Ganagana and Hausa. Others are Igbo, Tiv, Kakanda, Yoruba and Nupe among others.
The Ohimege also disclosed that the Kogi local government traditional council comprises of all ethnic groups resident in the local government and hold constant meetings with the view to settling disputes and nipping in the bud of any problem before it gets out of hand.
The Deputy Governor, Chief David Edward onoja commended the Ohimegye Igu and other traditional rulers for their leadership qualities. He said the Kogi local government peace model is worthy of emulation by other traditional councils in the state
Yahaya Idris, Media Aide to the Administrator of Kogi LGA.
4th January 2020.