By Binebai Princewill
A group known as Opuama Progressive Union, also known as the Senate House in Sapele, Delta State has hailed and congratulated Amb. Jude Ukori (JP), Chairman of the Egbema/Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation (EGCDF) on his birth anniversary.
The Opuama Progressive Union issued the congratulatory birthday message to newsmen in Sapele yesterday, signed by the duo of Mr. I. K Johnson Miyensinde, Chairman and Comr. John Alakiri, minority leader of the House, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspaper.
While lauding Amb. Jude Ukori on his birth anniversary, the statement noted that he has made history in EGCDF as chairman by working and approving more communities from Egbema and Gbaramatu Kingdoms as Oil producing Communties in Chevron Nigeria Limited.
The Egbema Senate House in Sapele had also lauded the 4th EGCDF chairman, Amb. Jude on his developmental strides across the two kingdoms in Warri South West Local Government and Warri North Local Government Areas of Delta State.
The union noted that the EGCDF Chairman has done a lot financially and otherwise towards the growth and development of the union, stressing that they couldn’t have kept quiet on the birth anniversary of their leader.
The duo had prayed God to give Ukori more wisdom, knowledge, long life and financial increment beyond human comprehension.
In their words: “Opuama Progressive Union of Egbema, A.K.A the Senate House of Egbema in Sapele Delta state facilitate with the chairman Egbema/gbaramatu communities Development foundation (EGCDF) Amb. Comr. Jude Ukori. JP on the occasion of his birthday celebration.
“The union pray God to to give him long life,wisdom and prosperity to lead the the two kingdoms under his watch to a greater height.
“The union also use the medium to applaud the Opuama born philanthropist for approving communities both in Egbema and Gbaramatu as oil bearing host communities in Chevron Nigeria Limited.
“Amb.Jude Ukori has breaked an historical record as the 4th EGCDF chairman in terms of devolopmental strides.”