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Why We Have Less Insecurity In Omagwa – Paramount Ruler

Like many other communities in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State, (KELGA), Omagwa community had, in the past had its fair share of insecurity, violence and criminality. Recently however, there has been a relative change for the better, especially within the last two years or so. Achieving this feat and aiming to surpass it has hinged on several factors prominent among which is the leadership style of the newly recognised paramount ruler of the community, HRH, Eze Achinike Amadi. Issues bordering on security, the environment and more are what the royal father examined with newsmen in the state. ANTHONY AMADI was there for TNN.

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