The Tyoshin traditional Council, Gwer-West local government area of Benue on Saturday organized a sensitization training on the institution’s code of conduct for traditional rulers in the area.
HRH. Chief Daniel Abomtse, the Ter Tyoshin and Chairman, Tyoshin Traditional Council while speaking during the sensitization training in Naka said, the idea was to equip the newly coronated traditional rulers with the knowledge of traditional activities and acceptable ways of ruling the people as contained in the Benue state chieftaincy laws.
Chief Abomtse noted that the traditional institution was established to mediate between government and people at the grassroots to ensure effective development of ruler Communities, urging the newly coronated traditional
rulers to stay clear from activities that may tarnish the reputation of the institution in the state.
“You are to ensure that people in your various domain feel the impact of government because you are the bridge between government and the people.
“You are expected to be fair in handling all matters for peaceful coexistence among people of your communities.
“I want to advise you to stay clear from activities that may put you into trouble or bring disunity among your people and as well, tannish the reputation of the traditional institution in Gwer-West local and Benue state at large,” Chief Abomtse admonished.