Benin monarch warns against resurgence of proscribed CDAs

Benin monarch warns against resurgence of proscribed CDAs


The Benin monarch, His Royal Majesty, Oba Ewuare II, has warned against the resurgence of the proscribed Community Development association (CDAs) across the various Communities in Benin by cutting corners.


He dropped the hint while reacting to some issues raised by the Benin Christian Community led by Reverend God’spower Ogbomwan at his palace in Benin City where he emphasized that the ban on CDA’s by Edo State government subsists.

Recall that the royal father echoed the need for the implementation of the Private Property Protection Laws in Edo State which came into force in 2018 when he received members of Edo State house of Assembly at his palace fortnight ago.

Addressing the Christian Clerics, Oba Ewuare II, threatened to sanction district heads (Enigie) who collaborate with youths to commit such nefarious activities within the ambits of the law.

The monarch who cautioned religious leaders must desist from practices which are inimical to societal growth, blamed the worsening security situation and other social crimes in the Country on loss of family values and Cultural norms.

He also commended the effort of Benin Christan Community, adding that the palace would not renege in interceding for Nigeria.

Earlier in a brief exaltation titled God’s promise of Open heaven, Reverend Osama Usualele who took the Bible text from 2 Chronicle Chapter 6 verses 26-31, stressed that Almighty God does not renege in fulfilling his promises to his Children when they truly obey his commandments.

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He maintained that absolute repentance from wicked ways is key for God’s forgiveness and open heaven of peace and blessings for the land.

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