In a move aimed at promoting unity and restoring peace in Ebiraland, His Excellency Alhaji Yahaya Bello, the Governor of Kogi State, has reinstated Shaikh Salih Abere as the substantive Chief Imam of Ebiraland.
The decision was announced by the Governor during a meeting with members of the Kogi State Traditional Council in Lokoja, the state capital. According to the Governor, the reinstatement of Shaikh Salih Abere was in response to the yearnings and aspirations of the people of Ebiraland, who have been calling for his reinstatement.
In his address, Governor Bello emphasized the importance of peace and unity in the state and urged all parties involved to work together to promote peace and harmony in Ebiraland. He also expressed his confidence in the ability of Shaikh Salih Abere to provide spiritual guidance and leadership to the people of Ebiraland.
The reinstatement of Shaikh Salih Abere has been widely welcomed by the people of Ebiraland and has been described as a step towards promoting peace and unity in the community. Speaking to Ebira Online Media, some of the community leaders expressed their appreciation to Governor Bello for listening to the voice of the people and reinstating Shaikh Salih Abere as the Chief Imam.
In his response, Shaikh Salih Abere expressed his gratitude to the Governor and the people of Ebiraland for their support and prayers during his suspension. He pledged to work towards promoting peace and unity in the community and to continue to provide spiritual guidance and leadership to the people of Ebiraland.
The reinstatement of Shaikh Salih Abere as the Chief Imam of Ebiraland is expected to bring about a renewed sense of unity and harmony in the community and to promote peaceful coexistence among the people of Ebiraland.