Kolo Federated Commmity in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State was agog weekend as the Agholo Council, Edamemas, leaders of thoughts, CDCs, the Women Council, Youth Councils as well as sons and daughters of the kingdom trooped out in their numbers to witness the official inauguration and presentation of Staff of Office to His Royal Highness, Chief Christopher Ebuleke as the Deputy Agholo of Kolo and member Agholo Council of Chiefs.
On hand to perform the inauguration and presentation of the Staff of Office was the Agholo King N. D Amakuro, the Agholo (XXIII) assisted by other members of Agholo Council of Chiefs.
Making a brief remarks at the presentation of the new deputy Agholo to the people at the community playground, Agholo King N.D Amakuro- Agholo (XXIII) expressed profound appreciation to the leadership of Kolo II community for amicably resolving whatever differences surrounding the chioce of the new deputy Agholo as member of the Agholo Council of Chiefs.
King Amakuro emphasized that the chioce and presentation of Chief Christopher Ebuleke is an historic event as it marks a culmination of series of excercise to fill the vacant position in the Council which according to him is the central body of the administrative hierarchy of the Federated Commmity.
He noted that the event is also a testament of his desire to have a full and revitalized body of vibrant people in the Council, urging the people to guard against factors that might likely weaken the effectiveness of the newly restructured leadership of the Council.
The Agholo the XXIII while calling for synergy between the administrative bodies of the three communities and the Agholo Council which is a sine qua non for effective performance, urged for mutual understanding and respect between the Agholo Council and the three Edamemas.
The monarch also sue for cooperation among the leadership bodies in the various communities in running the affairs of the Federation and enjoined the people of Kolo II commmity to accord the new deputy Agholo the needed support to succeed.
He described the deputy Agholo as a public relations expert who has a knack for building enduring and sustainable human relations, a trait which would not make him look the other way in the face of obvious wrong in the course of carrying out his duties.
Speaking to newsmen after the event, His Royal Highness, Chief Christopher Ebuleke thanked the people of Kolo II commmity for finding him worthy to serve in the Agholo Council, promising not to betray the honour done him.
HRH Ebuleke pledged to exhibit high level of integrity in every thing he does, stressing that he will rule with the fear of God and ensure that peace and unity prevail.
He said, ” I so much appreciate the honour done me, even if you receive awards and recognition from all segment of the society but you are not recognized by your people you are not yet fulfilled. I consider this as the highest recognition because it is your people that know much about you.
” If someone or organization need to testify about your personality, what they need is testification from your Chief or people and this is what just my people have done by testifying that I am their illustrious son, their worthy son who has lived up to their expectation.”