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Ndokwa Neku Union Constitutes Working Committee



To ensure a stable Ndokwa Neku Union (NNU), a Working Committee has been set up to harmonise all factions and ensure that the apex organisation of Ndokwa Ethnic nationality takes its pride of place in the country.

Secretary to the Board of Trustees (BoT) of NNU, Chief Henry Okechukwu in a statement in Asaba, Delta State, said that the resolution to set up the working committee was reached after series of deliberations and interventions by concerned individuals and groups.

Continuing, he stated that the Working Committee which was set up by the BoT, has Prof Benard Ejechi as Chairman; High Chief Dele Omenogor (Vice Chairman), Barr Lucky Onyenajua (Secretary), with Dr. Ogelenya Tabowei, Chief Hyscent Ijeoma, Chief John Mark Nwawolor, Mr. Magnus Ebebagbere, Prof. Bliss Osakwe, Mr. Chelly Ikwuogu, Bar Richard Isama, Mrs. Catherine Chinwe Egrega, Dr. Friday Otutu and Mr. Gabriel Ntiejum as members.

“The Working Committee will implement the resolutions of the 27th June, 2020 meeting, held at the residence of Chairman of the BoT.

“The Working Committee shall be in charge of the management of NNU affairs, and in particular, revalidation and registration of membership; reconciliation of all groups; Constitution/convocation of Electoral College, and the convocation of General Assembly of Ndokwa people to strengthen the NNU.

“The Working Committee is also empowered to retrieve the assets and liabilities of the NNU from past office holders, individuals, and groups for handing over to the new executive Committee upon inauguration,” Okechukwu said.

Okechukwu also stated that at the meeting which was held at the residence of the Chairman of BoT who is also the traditional ruler of Emu Kingdom in Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State, Obuenwe Johnson Epechi-Ulu, a BoT Advisory Committee composed of Ogene VII of Ibedeni; Oduosa of Utagba-Ogbe; Ezhie of Ezionum Kingdom; Justice J. Obi (rtd) and Prof. Steve A. Okecha was also set up.

He assured that the dreams of the founding fathers of the NNU would not derail, noting that the best would be achieved for Ndokwa nation.

According to him, “what we need at this stage is selfless service with the interest of Ndokwa nation paramount in whatever we do and I am confident that all stakeholders will work with these committees for the best to be achieved.”


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