Gov. Fubara Appoints HRM Chike Worlu as Chairman of Rivers State Council of Traditional Rulers

Governor Sim Fubara has announced the appointment of HRM Chike Worlu, also known as Eze Ohna Apara, as the new Chairman of the Rivers State Council of Traditional Rulers. HRM Chike Worlu succeeds Paramount Ruler Sergeant Awuse, who previously held the position.
According to appointees of the governor, this decision is part of the administration’s efforts to strengthen the traditional leadership structure within the state. HRM Chike Worlu brings extensive experience and a strong commitment to preserving the cultural heritage and traditions of Rivers State.
His leadership is anticipated to fortify the council and enhance its role in fostering unity and development within the state’s traditional communities.
Governor Fubara expressed confidence in HRM Chike Worlu’s capabilities and extended his gratitude to Sergeant Awuse for his dedicated service. The governor emphasized the council’s crucial role in advising and supporting the government on matters related to culture and tradition.
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