Parliament extends community service, empowers 20 traders

A group of 30 young men by the name, Great Parliament, Ajamimogha in Warri South Local Government Area, Delta State, has


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Parliament extends community service, empowers 20 traders
Some members of Great Parliament & the Beneficiaries

 

A group of 30 young men by the name, Great Parliament, Ajamimogha in Warri South Local Government Area, Delta State, has empowered 20 female petty traders in Ajamimogha, Warri, barely a year they embarked on the perimeter fencing of an electric transformer at Link Road  Junction by Ajamimogha Road in the Oil City of Warri.                                    

 

Chairman of Great Parliament, Ajamimogha, Mr. Mola Horace addressing the traders

 

Chairman of Great Parliament, Ajamimogha, Mr. Mola Horace in a remark shortly before presentation of the largesse to the beneficiaries after lucky -dip, noted that members of the group grew up in Ajamimogha Community and decided to reinvest in the area by showing love to the people.                                   

He explained that the petty traders were chosen after thorough search to ascertain those actually doing business in the area, so as to enable them boost their trade.                              

 

The Perimeter fencing executed by Great Parliament at Link Road Junction by Ajamimogha

 


A member of the parliament, Mr. Esimaje Eruorigho, disclosed that their membership cuts across tribe and religion, with the motto of unity in diversity.                          

Checks by Fresh Angle International revealed that members of the group have been together for more than 15 years, sharing love amongst themselves and determined to extend same to their environment.                             

While 10 of the traders went home with 10 thousand naira each after emerging winners in the raffle draw, the other 10 women who didn't win during the lucky -dip, left with honorarium of two thousand naira each.                               

Our Correspondent reports that Mrs. Joan Obiero was the first to win in the raffle draw.

 

 

Mrs. Joan Obiero (left) receiving her empowerment from a member of Great Parliament, Ajamimogha

 

 



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