By Julius Oweh, Asaba

A new Iyasele (traditional Prime Minister) has been installed in the ancient town of Aboh, headquarters of Ndokwa East local government areas of Delta State.

The Iyasele is High Chief Charles Ifeanyi Odili, a retired civil servant.

In a ceremony marking the installation held in Aboh, last week, High Chief Odili pledged to work  with the traditional ruler and chiefs in the community to advance the progress and development of the community to the next level.

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He also used the occasion to call on the state governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa to complete the failed portions of the Ashaka/Aboh road to make it motorable in all seasons.

The Iyasele, while commending the Okowa administration for its achievements, solicited more social amenities for his people as the town was known for its peaceful nature. He also called on the sons and daughters of Aboh to always identify with the developmental aspirations of the town, adding that home will always remain home.

In brief remarks, the president general of Aboh Development Union, Engineer Ajie Ogwu congratulated the new Iyasele, saying that he was full of high hope that the reign of the Iyasele shall usher in peace and prosperity in the community.

He promised to mobilize all the branches of Aboh Development Union throughout the country to continue to contribute their quota to the development of the community

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