I am not a party to Ugborodo Interim Caretaker Committee, Baro declares

A member of Ugborodo Community Council of Elders, in Warri South-West Local Government Area of


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I am not a party to Ugborodo Interim Caretaker Committee, Baro declares
Elder Pira Baro

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A member of Ugborodo Community Council of Elders, in Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta State, Elder Pira Baro, says he is not a party to the controversially constituted 32-member new Ugborodo Community Interim Caretaker Committee.

The Ugborodo Community Elder, who spoke exclusively on telephone to Fresh Angle International this morning, Saturday July 11, stated that he wasn’t consulted before his name was published as member of the Ugborodo Community Interim Caretaker Committee, adding that his signature used in the Vanguard Newspaper publication, may have been imported from the attendance list of an Elders’ Council Meeting held last month at Ode-Ugborodo, Warri South-West Local Government Area.

The position of Elder Pira Baro, followed similar action from Mr. Andrew Emami, Comrade Bawo Kperegbeyi and Mr. Alfred Ebami AKA Ballado.

This Newspaper understands that the decision by the aforesaid persons to decline membership of the contentious 32-member committee, is anchored on personal principles and integrity.

Recall that the Vanguard publication had the signatures of a supposedly constituted 32-member Ugborodo Community Interim Caretaker Committee, with Prince Perry Atete as Chairman and Mr. Christian Akpieyi as Secretary.



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