Bolo Monarch Advices HOSTCOM On Community Development

As plans are in top gear to inaugurate the Ogu/Bolo Chapter of the Host Communities of Nigeria Producing Oil and Gas (HOSTCOM), the Amanyanabo of Bolo Kingdom, King Acheseinimie Micah Frank, Bolo Luka VIII has advised the members on selfless services for the development of the area.

King Micah Frank made the call when members of HOSTCON paid him a courtesy visit in-order to intimate him on their planned inauguration in Port Harcourt.

The Bolo Monarch said the inauguration of such body was long overdue in the area because of the abundant oil and gas resources in the area and further enjoined them to always project the interest of the communities and ensure that everybody was carried along.

He advised the members of HOSTCOM to work in synergy with the Traditional Rulers to achieve set goals that would also bring rapid development and progress to the area.

Earlier, the Chairman of HOSTCOM, Ogu/Bolo Chapter, Chief Nangibo James Victor briefed the Amanyanabo of their mission and activities aimed at protecting the LGA as one of the oil and gas producing communities in the country.

Victor solicited for royal blessings and assistance during the forthcoming inauguration of the body and thanked the Monarch for the warm reception.

He assured that the Royal Fathers in the Local Government Area would be consulted for their advice as custodian of the people’s culture, and to ensure better living  standard for the people.

In his vote of thanks, the secretary of the organization, Hon. Iworibo Wakama expressed appreciation with the king for his hospitality and further assured his of the readiness of HOSTCOM to selflessly work for the development of the Local Government Area.

The HOSTCOM, Ogu/Bolo Chapter had earlier paid a similar visit to the Amanyanabo of Ogu kingdom, His Majesty, King Nicholas Dickson Ibiebele Nimenibo, Loko IX.

Other members during the visit include Chief Emmanuel Abbey Okekeya, Chief Solomon Ibiayemie Koru, Venerable Nathan Dokibo, Mrs. Doris Iniabipi and Madam Joan Oruteimeka.

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