CEPEJ commended for attracting development to Ugolo-Okpe

The Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice, CEPEJ has been commended for attracting development to Ugolo-Okpe Community in


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CEPEJ commended for attracting development to Ugolo-Okpe
Okakuro Shydoph (Middle) commissioning the newly built Ugolo-Okpe Bus Stop, while Comrade Sheriff Mulade (3rd left) Mr. MacDonald Ekemezie (right) Rita Ehimen (3rd right) & others observe

The Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice, CEPEJ has been commended for attracting development to Ugolo-Okpe Community in Okpe Local Government and other areas in Delta State.

 

The commendation was made by Okakuro Shydoph Ememo, an Okpe Chief from Ugolo-Okpe Wednesday July 4 during the commissioning of Ugolo-Okpe Bus stop, a project executed by CEPEJ.

Ememo described the NGO as a blessing to the community and assured that they will make good use of the Bus Stop.

 

Shortly after commissioning, the National Coordinator, Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice, Comrade Sheriff Mulade commended the people of Ugolo-Okpe for their peaceful disposition and promised to attract more development to the community.

 

Comrade Mulade, an environmentalist, admonished Ugolo-Okpe indigenes to remain peaceful in order to enjoy more development, even as he warned that any hoodlum who perpetrate crime at the bus stop will face the wrath of security agencies.

 

The Divisional Police Officer, Orerokpe, represented by the Divisional Crime Officer of the division, DSP. Ibrahim Dogondaji warned criminal elements to stay off the bus stop, assuring that everything will be done to make sure that the bus stop is safe at all times.

 

Our Senior Correspondent reports that CEPEJ earlier organized training Workshop on Macro-Level Conflict Risk and Impact Assessment tool, M-CRIA, which attracted participants from Ugolo-Okpe and beyond.

The newly commissioned Ugolo-Okpe Bus stop

 


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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