UKWUANI COMMUNITY YOUTH LEADERS URGED TO FOCUS ON SET GOALS

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The leadership of the Ukwuani Community Youth Leaders has been urged to demonstrate the qualities that will enhance cohesion among members of the group and advance sustainable development of the Local Governnent Area.

Executive Assistant to the Governor of Delta State on Youth Development, Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi, made the call in Asaba at a meeting with the executive of the youth body.

Ezechi noted that the youth leaders came together for the common cause of moving the communities forward and should not allow individual differences to divert their attention from realizing that purpose for the overall good of the people.

He said his interest was to galvanize all the youths of Ndokwa nation to form a formidable front for the actualization of the laudable vision of the Okowa administration, insisting that the Ukwuani Community Youth Leaders must make themselves relevant to the system.

Speaking on behalf of the group, the Public Relations Officer, Comrade Felix Ochor, commended Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for the youth friendly policies of his administration which had favoured Ukwuani youths, just as he thanked Honourable Nnamdi Ezechi for creating opportunities for Ndokwa youths.

The Executive Assistant also granted audience to youth leaders from Beneku communty who complained about marginalization in the scheme of things and appealed to Honourable Ezechi to involve them the more in government activities.

They pledged to remain peaceful and law abiding, adding that they would be more committed to the development of the community and supportive of the Okowa administration.

Responding, Honourable Ezechi thanked Beneku youths for the visit and urged them to remain focused and united, promising to create opportunities for their involvement in government activities.

Ezechi said Beneku youths should show appreciation to Governor Okowa for extending infrastructural development to the community, assuring them that more dividends of democracy would come their way.

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