Grant us approval to beautify roundabouts in Warri, NAIG tells Tidi

*It’s one burden off me, Council Boss responds


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Grant us approval to beautify roundabouts in Warri, NAIG tells Tidi
3rd from left: Ben Eburajolor, Joseph Uwale, Hon. (Mrs.) Divine Iniovosa, Hon. Michael Tidi, Comrade Collins Oritsetimeyin Edema & other members of NAIG exco

Leadership of National Association of Itsekiri Graduates, NAIG has appealed to the Chairman of Warri South Local Government Area, Hon. Michael Tidi to grant them approval to beautify Esisi Roundabout in Okere, Mciver Roundabout and Cemetery Roundabout by Odion Road.

National President of NAIG, Comrade Collins Oritsetimeyin Edema made the plea Wednesday March 28 when he led other executive members of the association as well as the leadership of National Association of Itsekiri Students, NAIS on a courtesy visit to the Warri South Council Boss, Hon. Tidi.

While commending Hon. Tidi for his interest in reviving the economy of Warri, especially his directive on second-hand clothes traders to vacate Odion Road by Mciver and relocate to Pessu Market, he applauded the move by the local government executive to construct firefighting station along the Ubeji-Ifie Road in Warri and appealed to Hon. Tidi to carry the private sector along in the planned Warri South Local Government Council Economic Summit.

The Warri South Council Chief Security Officer who commended the symbiotic relationship between NAIG and NAIS, enjoined the Itsekiri graduates’ body to support his administration’s internally generated revenue drive, insisting that is the only way the council can meet its obligation to the people.

While calling on NAIG to embark on operation Keep Warri Clean advocacy campaign, Hon. Tidi acknowledged, “beautification of Roundabouts in Warri by NAIG is one burden off me”.

Comrade Collins Oritsetimeyin Edema (right) presenting the request letter for approval to beautify the Roundabouts to Hon. Michael Tidi

Fresh Angle International can report that Vice Chairman of Warri South Local Government, Hon. (Mrs.) Divine Iniovosa, Secretary to the Local Government, Mr. Joseph Uwale and some supervisors in the council were on ground when NAIG and NAIS executives visited.

Hon. Michael Tidi (middle) Hon. (Mrs.) Divine Iniovosa (4th left) Mr. Joseph Uwale (3rd left) Linda Eya Ikpuri (right) Patricia Edun (left) & NAIS exco members shortly after the visit

 


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