Ufia Nation Settles Differences, Opts For Development

    By; ACHADU GABRIEL,  Kaduna

    In a swift move to ensure development in line with his promise and determination to bring about unity and rancour free neighbourhood crises during his administration, the President General of Ufia Nation, Chief Vincent Uloko has taken the bull by its horns in reconciling all forms of communal, internal and interpersonal conflicts amongst members of his community.

    In doing this, Chief Uloko, the Oodojo of Ado, penultimate weekend paid a homage to the patron of Kaduna chapter of Ufia community Major Dominic Ogoh (rtd) at his mansion in Barnawa, area of the state.
    During the homage which was marked with heavy ceremony and funfair, salient and contentious issues bordering on the unity, progress and development of the entire Ufia nation took the center stage of discussion.
    Addressing the audience, Uloko reminded his members on the need to forgive one another and show love to their neighbours as prescribed by God, and also called on everyone to join hands with him in the course of working towards building a new Ufia nation where peace and unity would reign.
    He also stressed that no meaningful development can be achieved under mistrust, deceit, anarchy, blackmail, misunderstanding and conflicts situation.
    The meeting was well attended by Ufia community leaders, youth, women and children who came from across the length and breath of Kaduna State to establish the bond to work together for the progress and unity of Ufia nation, Ado Local Government Area and Benue State in general.
    The patron, major Dominic Ogoh, who is also the owner of Mari-Gold Hotel in Television, Kaduna South Local Government Area, commended Chief Uloko for the demonstration of love, leadership courage and respect, and promised to avail himself by way of advise anytime desirable, for the unity and progress of the entire Ufia Utonkon.


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