Deputy Governor of Delta State, Barr. Kingsley Otuaro has said that no responsible government will seat back and fold its arms while people and communities perpetrate trouble in order to hinder development in their communities and the state.

Barr. Otuaro stated this while seeking ways to resolve the issues of petition, allegation and counter allegations of traditional administration, rites, financial mis-appropriation between the Nsukwa Patriotic Union and the Obi of Nsukwa, all of Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State. The deputy governor who was represented by the State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Peter Mrakpor, advised the leaders, chiefs and stakeholders not to see modernization as a platform for turning traditions and traditional institutions upside down more so when such institution is duly recognized by government.

While asserting that, it is expected of all traditional rulers to uphold the tradition of the people and carry everybody along in their day to day administration, he noted that Patriots arc those who strive to initiate development of the wellbeing of the people and not for their own personal interest.

The deputy governor appealed to the various parties to shelve their sword of discord and practice the politics of accommodation for the overall development of their community. According to him, "Nobody wins in a family fight, everybody is a loser at the end of it all, so we need to look beyond our personal position and look at the interest of our community and the state". He stated.

While appealing to the leaders, chiefs as well as the Obi of Nsukwa to seek ways of resolving their differences, he noted that there are certain issues that does not warrant all the trouble in the area, adding that communities needs to be peaceful for development to take place, He urged the chairman, and vice-chairman of Aniocha South Local Government Council as well as the traditional rulers council not to relent in their efforts in ensuring that they prefer solutions to the problem at hand and report back to government within the shortest possible time.