ASABA_______Civil Society coalition in Delta state has insisted that there is no going back on the Sept 28th Mega protest in Delta over the astronomical increaments of Fuel pump price,electricity tariff and Water Resources Bill.
The CSOs added it would shutdown commercial activities in Warri and its environs as it restated unalloyed committed to go on with the proposed September 28th mega protest against the increaments of fuel pump price and electricity tariff should the Federal government refused to yield to its demand.
This was contained in a joint resolution signed by the civil soceity coalition which a copy of it was sent to the Congress.news.com on Tuesday.
The right groups further added “the protest would not only be massive but would shut down Warri as a means of passing our message to the Government of Nigeria. As Nigerians, we would not fold our hands and allow Government to go on with these anti people policies. We would go ahead with the protest and we assure the Government that it would be massive as it would shut down any location that we decide to use.”
They posited “the protest would be peaceful as we are law abiding People but it would shake the Government to its very foundation. All our legal machineries has been put in place to ensure it send across loud and clear message to the authorities in power”
The statement was jointly signed by all members of the coalition.
“1. Omes Ogedegbe, DG conference for the actualization of human right, CAHR.
2. Comrade Joe Isreal
3. Hon.Comrade Ozobo Austin president, Ijaw People’s Development Initiative, IPDI.
4. Comrade Efemena Omukoro ,Youth president Uhrobo Progress Union, Union
5. Comrade Ibebe Rufus Akpobome
Youth Emancipation Movement of Africa (YEM AFRICA)
6. Amb. Ugagaoghene Oghenenyore
Revive Africa Initiative
7. Comrade Emmanuel Aregbor
8. Comrade Dennis Agori
Africa Global Youths Foundation (AGYF)
9. Comrade Emmanuel Agbobi
10. Comrade Monday Enudi, Delta state Director of conference for the actualization of human right.
11. Comrade Kagbala Ezekiel, Focalpoint reports
12. Comrade God’stime O.J
13. Comrade Adjarho Jonathan U
14. Comrade Moses Ukere Eminado
15. Comrade Emonena Jeremiah
16. Comrade Steven Luke
17. Comrade Atiku Sunday
18. Comrade On Mnative I.
19. Comrade Lucky Emabeyere
20. Comrade Arigbe Isreal
21. Comrade Nikoro Amary
22. Comrade Igho Ogedegbe
23. Comrade Gilor Kelly
Delta Youths Assembly
24. Comrade Akpomiemie Oderhohwo”