CHAIRMAN of the Association of Local Government of Nigeria, Delta State Chapter, Barrister Victor Ebonka, has charged Secretaries to Local Government Councils, SLGs to be agents of grassroots development in their respective Local Government Areas in pursuant of the Smart Agenda of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.
He gave the charge while inaugurating the State Forum of Local Government Secretaries and its Executive Council.
Ebonka who is also the National Legal Adviser of ALGON said the inauguration was aimed at fostering unity amongst the SLGs in the state aimed at effective service delivery.
The election /inauguration of the Executive Council took place at Ika North East Local Government Secretariat with 20 out of the 25 Local Government Secretaries in attendance. Those elected as Principal Officers of the Forum were;
- Augustine Okom – Chairman ( SLG, Ndokwa West),
- Samuel Khalil – Secretary (SLG , Warri North),
- Margaret Abiko -Treasurer (SLG, Uvwie),
- Joseph Ubrurhe – Financial Secretary (SLG, Ughelli South),
- Augustine Eloka Ajufo -PRO (SLG, Oshimili North),
- Gladys Omare -Provost (SLG, Warri South West),
- Iyeh Brendan Chukwuemeka -Coordinator Delta North ( SLG, Oshimili South),
- Leader Eyu – Coordinator Delta Central (SLG, Okpe ),
- Labo Clifford Far-Akpo – Coordinator Delta South (SLG, Bomadi).
Meanwhile, the Chairman of Delta State Local Government Secretaries Forum Augustine Ogochukwu Okom has assured the ALGON Chairman that they will continue to use their office as the coordinating Public Officer of the Local Governments to support their Chairmen to mobilize the grassroots for Gov Ifeanyi Okowa to finish strong.
Businessman Shot Dead By Gunmen In Onitsha One Month To His Wedding
A Businessman has died after he was shot by gunmen in Anambra state just hours after he was seen partying with friends, NaijaCover Reports.
The man, identified simply as KC, was seen at the mall On, March 27th, with his fiancée before he was killed.
He was also seen on the same day with his fiancée and friends at a traditional wedding at Aguluzigbo in Anaocha, Anambra State.
He was killed later on Sunday evening, March 27, with his fiancée present.
Gunmen attacked him and he refused to let go of his Venza so he was shot and the men made away with the car.
He was supposed to get married to his fiancée in April, during the Easter holiday.
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I’m Married But I Want To Help My Ex Financially
I ended the relationship with My ex due to her bad characters. And then I later got married.
While we were dating I wanted to get my ex a place for her to stay due to d fact Dat she doesn’t have anywhere to go when she graduates.
Both of her parents are divorced and remarried with kids. She can’t go back to her father’s house because he harrases her sexually and his wife his not welcoming. She can’t go to her mother’s house cus her stepfather won’t agree. During d time we were dating she was staying with me for this reason but as soon as she got into school her character changed so I ended it all.
Now think of her predicament I’m thinking of getting her d house I promised so as for her not to go back to her dad’s house. I have the money to do it that’s not a problem.
I’m still having second thoughts though. Abi Make I just use my money package myself
OKOWA ASSURES NDOKWA PEOPLE OF HIS ADMINISTRATION’S COMMITMENT TO THEIR WELL-BEING
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on Friday (today) reassured the people of Ndokwa nation that his administration will remain fair and just to the area with respect to the distribution of the dividends of democracy
The Governor, who was speaking when the leadership of Ikolobie Ndokwa paid him a courtesy visit in Government House, Asaba, said the perceived marginalisation of the Ndokwa nation was only an imagination of a few individuals bent on polluting the minds of Ndokwa people in order to discredit his administration.
He cited the Beneku bridge and road project, as well as the Kwale Industrial Park as key development initiatives of the state government, which on completion, would change the narrative of underdevelopment of Ndokwa land, emphasizing that things would soon get better for that part of the state.
While assuring that the projects, and indeed others initiated by his administration across the state, would be completed before the end of his tenure of office, Senator Okowa thanked Ndokwa youths for their peaceful disposition, which had aided the smooth execution of projects in the area.
The Governor commended one of his aides, Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi, for diligently serving the interest of youths, particularly of the Ndokwa nation, noting that he had always carried the youths along and vigorously sensitizing them on government policies and programmes.
Okowa, who announced the approval of five Special Assistant slots for the visiting youths, stated that Ndokwa sons holding key positions in his cabinet had contributed immensely to the success story of his administration and promised to continue to partner with people of the area in his determination to finish strong.
Earlier, the Chairman, Board of Trustees of Ikolobie Ndokwa and Executive Assistant to the Governor on Youth Development, Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi, who led the delegation, thanked me Governor for all he had been doing for the people of Ndokwa nation, citing the execution of key projects, including the ongoing Beneku bridge and road project, the Kwale Industrial Park, as well as the appointment of Chief Fidelis Tilije, Chief Festus Ochonogor, Chief Chika Ossai and Sir Monday Onyeme to key positions in government.
Also speaking, the President General of Ikolobie Ndokwa, Comrade Anslem Nzete and spokesperson for the group, Comrade Fidelis Azaka, urged the Governor to prevail on the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to increase the quantum of oil and gas in Ndokwa land in view of the huge reserves of the natural resources in the area, among other requests.
While pledging continued support for the state government, the duo disclosed plans by the group to embark on a sensitization tour of all the wards in Ndokwa land ahead of the 2023 elections.