Speaking Wednesday when he received the Olu of Warri, His Majesty Ogiame Ikenwoli, at the State House in Abuja, the president said he was mindful of what infrastructural development could bring to uplift the standard of living of the people.
He also said that his administration was taking new measures to address the security situation in the country.
Responding to comments that the Itsekiri people gave him massive support during the elections, the president said he appreciated the support, adding that “I have all the figures of votes I got and I know what itsekiri people did.”
In his remarks, the traditional ruler, who spoke through Chief Brown Mene, congratulated the president on his electoral victory and commended him for his successes so far in the battle against insurgency and his continued determination to tackle corruption.
While also praising the president for dredging works on the Escravos and Warri Rivers, the Olu of Warri requested for intervention on some ecological problems in his domain as well as the resolution of issues surrounding the Ogidigben Gas Revolution Park.