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Published On: Sat, Mar 1st, 2014

Urhobo in Diaspora Commends Omo-Agege for Positioning Urhobo Nation

Olorogun Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege

By Oghenekevwe Laba
Group under the aegis of Urhobo Political Congress (UPC) Ghana Chapter, has commended Olorogun Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege for the role he played in positioning Urhobo nation in Delta state in particular and Nigeria in general.
Making the commendation in a communiqué signed by the convener of the group, David Ukeuku and Programme Director of UPC, Ghna chapter Omonigho Udebor after arising from a meeting in Accra, Ghana, the group hailed the Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege led Urhobo Political Congress (UPC) for the leadership role it is playing in positioning the Urhobo nation in the main stream of politics in Delta State and Nigeria general.

While commending the transformation initiatives and competency of UPC’s National Leader, the group said, “If Deltans can embrace Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege initiatives, Delta will become an epitome of transformation. His experience and vast knowledge from his back ground is a sign that he will deliver if given the support to lead in any capacity.
“Obarisi’s loyalty, diligence, intelligence and allegiance to PDP project were the sterling qualities that endeared him to the then Governor of Delta State, Chief James Onanefe Ibori who appointed him as the first ever Executive Assistant to the Governor of Delta State in 2003 and subsequently became the Commissioner for Special Duties in Delta State and Secretary to the State Government (SSG) in 2007”.
The communiqué also extol Omo-Agege for facilitating the revival of the Delta Steel Company, Ovwian-Aladja to its glorious days by drawing the Federal Government’s attention through the setting up of the DSC Resuscitation Committee to look at other strategies of revamping the company and drawing up plans for the Urhobo Political Congress (UPC) summit.
The group used the opportunity to appeal to all Urhobo’s in Ghana to come and identify with UPC Ghana chapter so that they could make meaningful impact when the time for election comes in 2015 and also for all Urhobo residing in Ghana to make sure they register and get their voters card when INEC start the registration process.

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