The Agbana of Isanlu Kingdom in East Yagba Local Government Area of Kogi State, Oba Moses Babatunde Etombi, called on security officers in the area to intensify their efforts to protect the lives and property of Chinese citizens and investors in the interest of the region’s development. .
Oba Otombi made the call Monday at Isanlu, Yagba East headquarters during a security meeting involving traditional leaders, Chinese investors, representatives of the police, the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, a vigilante group , hunters, immigration, SIB and DSS.
According to him, Nigeria, since independence, has maintained bilateral relations with China’s Belt and Road Initiative, noting that since the establishment of diplomatic relations more than 50 years ago, China and Nigeria have joined hands, supported each other, respect each other and accommodate each other’s fundamental interests.
The first-class monarch noted that Chinese projects, enterprises and personnel have made outstanding contributions and played an irreplaceable role in promoting community development in the Kingdom of Isanlu, saying it is necessary for security protect their assets and personnel to allow communities to benefit more. from foreign investors.
“In order to protect the proper functioning of Chinese projects and its institutions, the Agbana of the Kingdom of Isanlu, the Oba Moses Babatunde Etombi, the Elegbe of the Kingdom of Egbe, the Oba Irukera, the Elulu of the Kingdom of Mopa, Oba Jerome Joledo have resolved to report to security departments and the general public to safeguard the legitimate interests of Chinese projects in Isanlu, curb violent acts by criminals, and jointly purify the public security environment,” said the monarch.
Responding on behalf of other beneficiary security agencies, Isanlu Police Zone Commander ACP Okoye Thomas expressed his gratitude to the Chinese society and the Supreme Leader of Isanlu for the gesture, saying they will continue to do everything humanly possible to ensure the safety of life and property in the community.