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OJC Cares Foundation Unveils Signages In Warri Markets

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By Phil Abha

The Founder and President of Omagbemi Jemine Charles, OJC Foundation has embarked on the commissioning/unveiling of sign posts to seven Markets in Warri South Local Government Area, Delta State.

Unveiling the signage Saturday, July 17 , Omagbemi Jemine Charles also popularly known as OJC cares, said he has come to appreciate the effort of the Chairman of Warri South Local Government Council , Dr. Michael Tidi in developing Warri hence his desire to carry out such remarkable people oriented project.

OJC Cares Foundation noted that the markets in Warri over the years doesn’t have sign post to notify people of the various markets in the city hence he has deemed it fit with his foundation to mount sign board in seven Markets in Warri namely: Ugbuwangue Modern Market, Dore ( Main Market), McIver Market, Pessu Market, Igbudu Market, Polokor Market and Okere Market.

OJC Cares Foundation president promised to also erect sign post at Ubeji Market for proper identification of those wanting to visit the market , adding that with the signpost people can easily locate each of the markets in Warri.

He described the Warri South Council Boss as his political leader who taught him politics when he contested some years ago.

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While commending OJC Cares Foundation for the sign boards across markets in Warri, Dr. Tidi who was represented by Vice Chairman Warri South LGC, Chief (Mrs.) Divine Iniovosa appreciated the foundation for the project which has added volume to the city’s development.

Members of DBS Sports Club and OJC CARES Foundation team including its patron 1 Nze Francis Onuora, Coordinator Louis Nushe, Warri South Supervisor For Environment, Patricia Edun, Supervisor for Youth and Sports Development, Sunny Omene and others accompanied the foundation for the unveiling around the said Warri markets.

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