Tenumah faults absence of women in new Ugborodo Trust Executive

Itsekiri rights' activist and prominent indigene of Ugborodo Community in Warri South- West Local Government Area, Comrade Alero Tenumah, has


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Tenumah faults absence of women in new Ugborodo Trust Executive
Comrade Alero Tenumah

 

Itsekiri rights' activist and prominent indigene of Ugborodo Community in Warri South- West Local Government Area, Comrade Alero Tenumah, has faulted absence of women in the new Ugborodo Community Trust Executive, expressing shock with the composition, "considering the contribution of women to all agitations geared toward the development of Ugborodo".        

Tenumah, a former President of National Association of Itsekiri Graduates, NAIG and member of Upper Benue River Basin Development Authority, Yola, congratulated members of the new Ugborodo Community Trust Executive and stressed the need for gender sensitivity in the management of Ugborodo Community affairs.                    

According to her, incorporating women into the mainstream leadership of the oil- rich Ugborodo, would not just give female indigenes of the community sense of belonging, but ensure better transparency and fast-track infrastructural development.

Members of the new 2019 Ugborodo Community Trust Executive as circulated in the social media this weekend, are as follows: Chairman-Bar. Austin Oboroegbeyi, Vice Chairman-Mr. Austin Ajurenmisan, Secretary-Dr. Ayo Ayomike, Asst. Secretary-Mr. Vincent Neburagho, P.R.O.- Mr. Mofe Pirah, Treasurer-Mr. Mike Okoturo, Financial Secretary-Comrade Alex Eyengho, Legal Adviser-Mr. Isaac Botosan, Auditor-Mr. Andrew Emami and Welfare Officer-Mr. Godwin Asakpi Edah.



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