We'll ensure our people acquire more skills, scholarships - New Chairman of IPC, Popo assures

The newly elected Chairman of Itsekiri Progress Club, IPC, Dr. Tosan Popo, has assured that his leadership, will ensure


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We'll ensure our people acquire more skills, scholarships - New Chairman of IPC, Popo assures
A Cross Section of the new executive and members of Itsekiri Progress Club, IPC


 

 

The newly elected Chairman of Itsekiri Progress Club, IPC, Dr. Tosan Popo, has assured that his leadership, will ensure that more Itsekiri sons and daughters acquire more skills and scholarships as well as get the necessary support, so as to become more self-reliant.

 

 

 

Video Clip of Chief Tony Onuwaje, speaking: 

 

 

 

 

Our Senior Correspondent reports that Dr. Popo, gave the assurance in Warri, Saturday April 30, shortly after the 14th Annual General Meeting cum election of new executive members of IPC, to pilot the affairs of the Club for the next three years.

 

Dr. Popo, promised that the Club will sustain their mandate of promoting the development of Itsekiri homeland.

 

The IPC Chairman, a former Permanent Secretary in Delta State Civil Service, said he wants more educational and economic empowerment for Itsekiris.

 

 

A Cross Section of members of the new executive of IPC, alongside their spouses. Front Row: (From left) Dr. Andrew Ayu, Mr. Godwin Okotie, Chief Patrick Yalaju, Dr. Tosan Popo, Chief Tony Onuwaje, Chief Solomon Arenyeka, Mr. Simeon Iluwa. Back Row: Engr. Tony Omatsone (left) Engr. (Dr.) Silver Ejejigbe (2nd left) & others

 

 

He listed some achievements of the Club in the past years to include; establishment of Itsekiri Education Trust, provision of scholarships, monitoring activities of some key projects in Itsekiri homeland, such as the Trans-Warri Ode-Itsekiri Bridges and Access Road and Koko-Ogheye Road, to make sure the projects are executed to specification.

 

The Publicity Secretary of IPC, Chief Solomon Arenyeka, in an exclusive interview with Fresh Angle International, described the Club as a veritable tool for espousing the aims and objects of the existence of Itsekiri, via interaction with government and other relevant stakeholders.

 

 

 

 

Dr. & Mrs. Popo