“We’ll Support Ese Oruru’s Rehabilitation, Integration” –Says Gov. Okowa


Nigeria (Blank NEWS Online) – 

Hon Timi Tonye , member representing Patani Local Government ( 2nd right ), Hon Patrick Ukah, Delta State Commissioner for Information ( 5th right), Mrs Rose Oruru ( 6th right), Chief Henry Siakpa, Commissioner Special Duties Govt House ( 2nd left ) Mr Charles Oruru (3rd left ), Hon Tam Brisbe, Chief of Staff Govt House ( 4th left ), Bayelsa State Commissioner of Police Mr Peter Ojunwanwo ( 5th left ) and others when a Delta State delegation visited Ese Oruru in Yenagoa.

Hon Timi Tonye , member representing Patani Local Government ( 2nd right ), Hon Patrick Ukah, Delta State Commissioner for Information ( 5th right), Mrs Rose Oruru ( 6th right), Chief Henry Siakpa, Commissioner Special Duties Govt House ( 2nd left ) Mr Charles Oruru (3rd left ), Hon Tam Brisbe, Chief of Staff Govt House ( 4th left ), Bayelsa State Commissioner of Police Mr Peter Ojunwanwo ( 5th left ) and others when a Delta State delegation visited Ese Oruru in Yenagoa.


The Delta State government has stated that the total rehabilitation and integration of Miss Ese Oruru into the society is its concern.

Miss Ese Oruru is the 14-year-old Deltan who was abducted in Yenogoa, Bayelsa State, to Kano State in August last year by one Yunusa, aka Yellow, who converted her to Islam, forcibly married her and got her pregnant.

The position of the government was made known on Wednesday, March 9, 2016 by a powerful Delta State government delegation made up of the state Commissioner for Information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, the Commissioner Special Duties, Government House, Chief Henry Siakpra, and the Chief Of Staff, Government House, Asaba, Hon. Tam Brisibe, when they visited the Oruru family in Yenogoa.

Mr. Ukah, who spoke to journalists after the Bayelsa State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Peter Ogunyanwo, facilitated the seeing of Miss Ese Oruru by the delegation, said that the Delta State government will collaborate with the Bayelsa State government to ensure her speedy recovery.

The Information Commissioner expressed the appreciation of the Delta State government to the Bayelsa State government and the state police command for adequately taking care of Miss Oruru at the Police Officers Mess in Yenogoa.

Father of Ese, Mr. Charles Oruru, flanked by his wife, Rose, thanked the delegation for the visit and assured that his daughter will go back to school after delivering her baby.

Earlier on arrival in Yenogoa, the delegation, which was accompanied by the member representing Patani constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Timi Tonye, visited the Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, Rear Admiral John Jonah, were the Chief Of Staff, Government House, Asaba, Hon. Tam Brisibe, disclosed that the delegation was sent by the Delta State Governor, Dr. Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, to see how Miss Ese Oruru was recovering.

In his response, the Deputy Governor revealed that they did what they did in the abduction saga because the Oruru family resides in the state were they do their business and pay tax to the state government.

He said that as part of the rehabilitation process, the state government has concluded plans to relocate the family to a new environment to make the recovery a quicker one.  

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