Port Harcourt — Youths in Rivers State have been urged to protect oil and gas facilities located in their various communities from vandalism.
A stakeholder and former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chibudom Nwuche, gave the charged in Port Harcourt while receiving members of Ekpeye Youth Congress.
Nwuche also charged the youths to protect Government and public infrastructure and project sited in their Communities.
He task the youths to support Governor Nyesom Wike in his continued efforts to rebuild urban infrastructure and bring development to all local government areas in the state.
Responding, President of Ekpeye Youth Congress, Bright Itenye, commended the former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, for his commitment to peace and development in Ekpeyeland.
The youth group ask described Nwuche as a statesman and a leader of Ekpeyeland, particularly in his support to traditional institutions, youths and women in Ekpeyeland.