The Oza-Nogogo Elite foundation has between Saturdays 7, Sunday 8th April, 2012 held its first annual conference. The well attended conference took place at UVBE Hall, Oza Nogogo, Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State
In his speech, the president of OEF, Victor Abulele thanked members of the OEF for the turn up, saying that the maiden annual conference tagged "Unity 2012" is to unite Oza-Nogogo sons and daughters at home and abroad towards the development of Oza Nogogo. He said the OEF since it was founded has recorded remarkable achievements for the community, stressing that "Many sons and daughters of our great town have attested to this fact and have sincerely acknowledged our contributions to the modest but obvious development of Oza within the last one year"
Mr. Abulele explained that the OEF has spend over N3M in community services such as renovation / painting of Oza Nogogo Sub-Post Office, grading of all roads in Oza Nogogo at a cost of approximately N1.8m, provision of toilet facility at the premises of the Magistrate Court in Oza, the supply / installation of some electrical appliances in court room, renovation of part of the building housing the Nigerian Police Post at Oza among other things. He on behalf of the OEF commended Mr. Nat Uwudia (Patron) Chief Sunday Ogbomo (Patron) Edwin Imafidon (Ogisi mouth piece) Alex Adagbon, and other sons of Oza Nogogo including ladies Lucy Aziken, a staff of Ika South Local Government.
Just as he salute the courage of the OEF members for the sacrifices they are making towards the development of Oza Nogogo. He said "let us not look back in anger for what we could not achieve or look forward in fear of the enormous task ahead, but let us look around in awareness of the challenges and opportunities now at our door-steps to make Oza our place of choice. Let us not become weary while doing good (Gal. 6.9) don’t quit. Don’t loose the vision. We will get there" other executive members of OEF are Uche Ebu, 2nd Vice—President, Tom Omozuyi, Gen. Secretary. Patrons present were Sir. Alex ,,, Omoregbe and Nath Uwudia