Chief Mulade Congratulate Kokodiagbene Newly Elected Youth Executive, Urges Them To Be Vision Oriented

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The Ibe-soremowei of Ancient Gbaramatu Kingdom and National Coordinator, Chairman / CEO of Center for Peace and Environmental Justice CEPEJ, has congratulated the newly elected youth executive council of Kokodiagbene community in Gbaramatu Kingdom, Warri South West LGA,Delta State.

He urged the youth executive to be vision oriented and pragmatic in approach to issues raised by youths and members of the community for a peaceful coexistence and purposeful development of the community.

Chief (Comrade) Sheriff Mulade who has served as Chairman, Secretary and youth president at multiple times of Kokodiagbene community, encouraged the newly elected youth body to think beyond the box by generating positive ideas to expand the knowledge and scope of reasoning of kokodiagbene youths. He advised them to generate development ideals and orientation programs to re-orientate the mind-set of the youths in the community for a better tomorrow by focusing and developing more on education of the Kokodiagbene youths.

The Kokodiagbene Youth Development Movement, KYDM,election which was conducted in the community Town Hall on Wednesday September 30, by the Electoral Committee had the following persons to pilot the affairs of the community youths for the next 3 years. Comrade Godspower Ipopo as President, Comrade Esther David as Secretary, Engr. Ezekiel Akafawei as Public Relations Officer, Comrade John Akaruwei as Vice President, Comrade Epebitimi Ukuli as Assistant Secretary, Comrade Sewei Peter Peres as Financial Secretary, Kalaoru Juliet as Treasurer, and Comrade Ekpetipu Richard as Provost.

Chief (Comrade) Sheriff Mulade thanked the electoral committee for conducting a peaceful and transparent election and appreciated the peaceful disposition of delegates and contestants at the election, while assuring KYDM of his support, advise and general assistance in all their people oriented and development programs for the growth and development of Kokodiagbene community and Gbaramatu Kingdom in general.

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