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CDHR Elects Three New Executive Members In Delta



By Our Reporters

The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights, CDHR on Sunday elected three new executive members to pilot the affairs of its Delta State Branch.

The new executive emerged during CHDR’s general congress held in Warri.

They were voted and elected by delegates from six units out of the existing seven units of the CDHR under the supervision of the National General Secretary, Comrade Chibuzor Chikwendu.

The new members are Comrade Jonathan Giama, Comrade Charles Okwene and Comrade Perpetual Okploko, Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer respectively.

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The election was conducted by a three-man electoral committee comprising, Comrade (Elder) Charles Parker.O. Ojor, Comrade Judith Omereyone and Comrade Alex Ovwohwo.

In a chat with journalists, the CDHR National General Secretary, Comrade Chibuzor Chikwendu urged the new executive to adhere to the constitution of the CDHR to succeed.

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He warned that, “If they fail, disciplinary actions will be taken against them.”

Comrade Chikwendu also congratulated members of the new executive on their emergence in a peaceful, free and fair election.

Also in a chat with newsmen, the new Delta State Branch Chairman of CDHR, Comrade Jonathan Giama, said his administration will address and tackle all grievances within the organization with a view to unite all warring parties for good.

Present at the CDHR Congress were the former National President, Comrade Sunny Enenuwevdia and Comrade Prince Kehinde Taiga, Acting National President.

Meanwhile, Comrade Taiga has sent a strong warning to one Barr Godwin Umuko who is parading himself as the Transition Committee chairman of CDHR in the state to desist from such act, adding that there is no executive position called Transition Committee in CDHR Constitution.

According to him, the so called Committee was constituted by the suspended former President, Dr Osagie Obayuwanna who is still parading himself as the president, stressing that after the NC meeting in Rivers State, the law will take its cause on him and his illegal team.


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