OKOEJEBILIT Group Promises To Deliver Delta Central For Okowa

imageA GROUP, known as OKOEJEBILIT, recently inaugurated in Delta Central as part of strategy to ensure victory for the People Democratic Party (PDP) governorship flag bearer in Delta State, Senator Ifaenyi Okowa, has promised to deliver the area in the general election. The group is made up of 16 executive members in each of the eight local government councils that make up Delta Central.

Hon. Micheal Diden, a grand patron of the group, performed the inauguration ceremony recently in Sapele.

Diden, who is popularly known as Ejele, is a former chairman of Warri North LGA and former Senior Special Adviser on Security to Delta State Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan.

He charged the members and executives of the various committees to work hard for the victory of Okowa in the election saying: “A victory for Okowa means job creation, industrialization, improve educational standard and improvement in the health sector for all Deltans,” Diden said.

The former Commissioner DESOPADEC representing the Itsekiri ethnic nationality and the House of Assembly candidate for PDP in Warri North for the February 28 2015 general election explained that the name OKOEJEBILITY is coined from Okowa and Ejele.

It is a political pressure group, which according to Hon. Diden, will work at the grassroots level to ensure victory for Okowa and other PDP candidates in the coming election.

The group has Prince Omatseye Ewetan as President, while Mr. Augustine Ogedegbe is the coordinator in-charge of Delta central. Other members are Glory Gbayor (Ethiope West), Efejevwe Afred (Ethiope East), Lucky Maku (Sapele), Tase Ubiebor (Ughelli North), Matthew Oji (Ughelli South), Raymond Kowho (Udu), Hon. Patrick Efejukwu (Uvwie) and Johnson Egbe (Okpe). -NgrGuardian

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