Addressing journalists shortly after the protest, the Convener of SORI, Mr Kingsley Okah, described the group as a citizens’ organised advocacy interested in holding public office holders accountable and push them to be transparent and provide good governance to the people.
· Addressing reporters shortly after a prayer rally for divine intervention in the area, convener of SORI, Kingsley Okah, said despite the money that had been coming into Oji River, the town had remained in pitiable state.
· Coordinator of SORI, Comrade Kingsley Okah while speaking during the group’s prayer rally in Oji, urged people of the council area to vote out selfish politicians he alleged use the common patrimony to build private business empires and hotels in town. Okah said: “We can’t find infrastructure in Oji River and we can’t keep quiet.
Coordinator of SORI, Comrade Kingsley Okah while speaking, on Saturday, at the group’s prayer rally in Oji, urged people of the council area to vote out selfish politicians he alleged use their loot to build hospitals.