The members of Alihame Community Development
Union (ACDU), has lauded the executive chairman of Ika South Local Government Council
on his victory at the poll in the just concluded local government elections in
Delta State and his successful swearing-in-ceremony.
president-general of the union, Barrister Emmanuel O. Ebomah prayed the
Almighty God to grant Hon Fred Ofume good health and wisdom to executive the
duties of local government administration as the third tier of government as
enshrined in the fourth schedule of the 1999 constitution of the Federal
Republic of Nigeria as amended.
President-General also thanked all those who made it possible for him to emerge
as the winner.
members of the union include: Arc Williams N. Nwaki, Dr Ralph Onyemekihia,
Godfrey Ojougboh, Prof. Osiele, Richard Akpeki, M.I. Omordia, Engr. Sunny
Ojougboh, Christopher Otekileh, Barr. G. Okoh, Josiah Atusa, Johnson
Onyemekihia and Richard Otekileh, among others.
EBOMA REJOICES WITH COLLEAGUES
An Assistant Superintendent of police attached
to Agbor Police Division, ASP Francis N. Eboma last weekend organised a party
to rejoice with colleagues over his successful retirement from the Nigerian
Police Force. The event took place at the Agbor police station. Policemen and
quests were treated to sumptuous meal and choice wine.
with newsmen, the divisional police officer incharge of the station, SP Albert
Uchechi Dike described Eboma as a disciplined and courageous officer. He stated
that Eboma was dedicated to duties and always receptive and adherent to orders
Dike concluded by saying that, “Eboma has done well serving his father’s land.
As I am wishing him well, I am praying God to grant him long life, good health
and all his heart desires at
his part, ASP Francis Eboma expressed joy over his successful retirement. He
stated that his success was as a result of God’s favour and mercy, thanking SP
Dike and all who joined him to celebrate his retirement.
his words, “It was good working in Nigerian Police Force. I am grateful to God
Almighty that I retired without hitch.”
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