Omene accuses Amori of being the cause of Urhobo problem

A President-General of Urhobo Progress Union, UPU, Engr. (Chief) Joe Omene, says PDP Chieftain and


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Omene accuses Amori of being the cause of Urhobo problem
Engr. (Chief) Joe Omene

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A President-General of Urhobo Progress Union, UPU, Engr. (Chief) Joe Omene, says PDP Chieftain and former Senator, Ighoyota Amori, has been the cause of Urhobo problem for the past 15 years. 

 

Our Managing Editor reports, that Chief Omene, made the accusation, today, Thursday June 10, at his residence in Mosogar near Sapele, Delta State, while addressing newsmen.

 

According to him, Chief Amori, brought a factional President of UPU, Olorogun Moses Taiga, to destabilize Urhobo, “because they saw that UPU is becoming stronger”. 

 

He stated that Chief Amori, “cannot be trusted”, claiming: “Chief Amori, will take Urhobo 15 years back, if care is not taken”. 

                         

Chief Omene, who alleged that, “Olorogun Moses Taiga, still uses UPU letter head, bearing his phone number (Omene) and that of his Secretary”, posited that Olorogun Taiga, “did not come to do anything for Urhobo”, challenging him to list some of the things he has done for the past four years. 

 

According to him, when he was reportedly elected as the President of UPU, the branches were few, but: "We have about 24 branches in Urhobo land, we have rescued about 15 Urhobo youths that were trapped in other countries”. 

                                                                                               

"UPU is not a political party, it is exposure, we will monitor DC 23 as well as checkmate the aspirants. Because DC 23, is a one man squad. Our objective is to make sure that an Urhobo man becomes the governor of the state come 2023 and we will support him, even if it is coming from Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa”, Omene stressed.



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