Steer clear from Egbokodo, new youth Chairman warns criminals

Newly sworn-in Chairman of Egbokodo Community Youth Association in


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Steer clear from Egbokodo, new youth Chairman warns criminals
Barr. Frank Omiunu administering Oath of Office to the new Egbokodo Community Youth Executive at Egbokodo Youth Secretariat, Egbokodo

Newly sworn-in Chairman of Egbokodo Community Youth Association in Warri South Local Government Area, Delta State, Mr. Kola Omotoyin Ukuaghanewumi has warned criminal elements and sponsors of violence to steer clear from Egbokodo or be ready to face the weight of the law.

Ukuaghanewumi handed down the warning Sunday February 11 at the Egbokodo Community Youth Secretariat after he and the other seven members of his executive were administered oath of office by the Community Attorney, Frank Omiunu (Esq.).

While promising to attract development to the community as well as maintain existing peace, the Egbokodo Community Youth Chairman assured that during the course of their three-year mandate, his leadership will listen to Egbokodo elders at all times in the resolve to provide all-round development to the community.

Barr. Frank Omiunu (right) having a warm handshake with Kola Ukuaghanewumi (left) while Hon. Augustine Tete (middle) looks on

Egbokodo Community Youth Adviser and former member of Warri South Council Legislative Arm, Hon. Augustine Tete, admonished the new youth executive to see every indigene of the community as one in the quest at moving the Warri Community to greater heights.

Hon. Tete tasked the new leadership to prioritize the community interest above their personal pursuit.

The Community Attorney, Frank Omiunu charged the Ukuaghenewumi led executive to listen to elders at all times and work with other indigenes in the community.

Our Senior Correspondent reports that other members of the new executive of Egbokodo Community Youth Association are: Steven Miki-Vice Chairman, Emmanuel Ajisha-Secretary, Monday Tete-PRO, Emmanuel Abelogode-Treasurer, Michael Oluwaemeyi-Financial Secretary, Godspower Ake-Organizing Secretary and Tuoyo Fredrick-PRO II.

Some members of Egbokodo Youth Executive: (From left) Godspower Ake, Michael Oluwaemeyi, Kola Omotoyin Ukuaghanewumi, Monday Tete & Stephen Miki

A woman leader in Egbokodo Community, Felicia Ukuaghanewumi making a remark, while others listen 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Celestine Chijoke Ukah
Senior Correspondent of Fresh Angle International. I have a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and have undertaken a training in Advance Writing and Reportorial Skills
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