September 11, 2019 Frederick Odu 1 comment

Executive Assistant to the Governor of Delta state on Youth Development, Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi, has called on Ndokwa youths to support their political leaders to succeed. 

Honourable Ezechi made the call when he led a delegation of youths on a courtesy call to the Executive Chairman of Ukwuani Local Government, Honourable Chukwudi Dafe, at Obiaruku.

He said elected and appointed political leaders of the Ndokwa nation, including the Deputy Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Honourable Ochor Chris Ochor, former Deputy Speaker, Honourable Friday Osanebi, Honourable Charles Emetulu, Chief Fidelis Tilije, Honourable Chika Ossai and Chief Festus Ochonogor were all committed to moving the Ndokwa nation forward but could only do so with the support of the people.

The Executive Assistant said youths in the state had no reason to engage in violence because the Okowa administration had put in place policies and programmes aimed at enhancing their well-being.

Honourable Ezechi, therefore, appealed to Ndokwa youths to remain law abiding and develop a positive mindset towards achieving their dreams, stressing that they must shun social vices and key into the numerous opportunities created for them by the Okowa administration.

The former DESOPADEC commissioner representing the Ndokwa ethnic nationality commended the Ukwuani Council chairman, Chukwudi Dafe, for his good works and urged him not to relent.

Responding, the Ukwuani local government chairman, Ogbuefi Chukwudi Dafe, thanked Honourable Ezechi for the visit, which he noted was inspiring, especially with a large delegation of youths.

He commended Honourable Ezechi for his commitment to the well-being of youths as DESPADEC Commissioner and expressed confidence that he would do more as Executive Assistant to the Governor on Youth Development.

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