Pa. Edukugho demands end to factions as Omadino gets 30- Member Council of Elders

The Olare-Aja (eldest Man) of Omadino Community in Warri South Local Government Area of


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Pa. Edukugho demands end to factions as Omadino gets 30- Member Council of  Elders
Pa. Omasan Edukugho (middle) making his remarks, while Priest Yomere (right) & Chief Priest Temienor Asokansonmi (left) observe


The Olare-Aja (eldest Man) of Omadino Community in Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State, Pa. Omasan David Edukugho, has demanded immediate end to all factional groups in the oil-rich community, stressing the need for indigenes of Omadino to come together and work for sustainable peace, development and progress of the community.

 

Our Senior Correspondent reports that Pa. Edukugho, gave the charge at Omadino, Saturday September 12, during the inauguration of a 30-Member Omadino Council of Elders’ Forum.

 

Fresh Angle International understands that members of the Omadino Council of Elders’ Forum, comprise of ten each from the three quarters that makeup Omadino. The quarters are; Idimi Otumara, Idimi Ogborogboro and Idimi Eghoro Kwenrin.

 

Members of the newly inaugurated Omadino Council of Elders’ Forum are: Priest Vincent Ugbameta, Chief Atiwa, Prince John Emiko, Mr. Mogbeyiteren Williams, Mr. Botosan Gbejereo, Mr. Atete Ugbameta, Ebisin Patrick, Abiror Baby, Mrs. Lucky Ejejigbe, Mrs. Elizabeth Omereye, Pa. Kokori Isaac, Pa. Ometan Jonald, Dr. Eyekosi Uwatse, Pa. Smart Erubore, Pa. James Omagbemi, Pa. Donald Atictie Obile, Pa. Agara  Francis, Madam Evelyn Enemigin, Madam Maria Uwatse, Madam Teginere Mene, Pa. Samuel E. Mene, Pa. Jackson Amoma, Pa. S.O Brinkin, Pa. Amos Etsede, Pa. Alex Agbedetse, Pa. Sam Oti Eda Alarigba, Mr. Jonathan Ejejigbe, Madam Mary Eyewoma-Diden, Madam Oritseneye Ulimatemi and Mrs. Victoria Sillo Fregene.

 

While expressing displeasure over happenings in Omadino, Pa. Edukugho, emphasized that the time has come for indigenes of the community to end parallel executives, in order to speak in one voice and attract development to the oil-rich community.

 

 

From Right: Priest Roland Yomere, Pa. Omasan David Edukugho, Chief Priest Temienor Asokansonmi, Priest Ugbameta & Ugbameta

 

 

Chief Priest of Omadino, Temienor Asokansonmi and Priest Roland Yomere, who spoke in the same vein, appealed to those perpetuating violence in Omadino to desist forthwith, warning that the law would soon catch up with them. 

 

 

A Cross Section of indigenes of Omadino Community, during the inauguration

 


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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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