Published On: Thu, Dec 6th, 2012

Delta Isoko Nationality Gears up for 2015, Holds Session in December 8

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President General of Isoko Progress Union, Chief Gregory Akpojene


By Our Reporter
Ahead 2015, the Isoko socio-political pressure group, Isoko Advancement Network (IAN) has bestirred themselves to chart a political course for the Isoko people in the next dispensation. Already, the group is set to organised an interactive session with Isokos holding political offices as well as generality of the Isoko people in that regard. The session is expected to attract notable Isokos at home and in Diaspora, including the Secretary to the Delta State Government (SSG), Ovouzorie Macaulay, an illustrious son of Isoko among others. In a statement made available to newsmen by the group’s chairman, Hon Mike Ogwah said the session is aimed at promoting and uplifting Isoko land and her people to the next level. He said that the event would hold on Saturday, December, 8, 2012, at Regency Hall, Otunba Jobi-Fele way, MKO Abiola Gardens Hill, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, beginning at 10:00 am prompt. While reiterated the need for the event, Ogwah said it high time Isokos come together and speak with one indivisible voice and take their place in the politics of the state and the nation. “We believe in mutual interest, therefore, the progress and growth of every Isoko man is paramount to us.” While enjoining all and sundry both far and near to attend the epoch making event that will no doubt bring light to Isoko nation, the group’s chairman, stated the meeting is timely and shall break all the political yoke militating against the growth and development of the land. “The future holds great promises for the Isoko people and the Isoko nation. So we call on all our people to join us come Saturday, December, 8, 2012. The time has come that we must take our destiny in our own hands but we cannot achieve this if we don’t put our house in order and speak with one indivisible voice”, Ogwah added.

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