Adowei To Empower Student Unions, IYC Clan Structures In Delta (See Details)

By Binebai Princewill 

A former Niger Delta Ex-agitator, self styled Gen. Freedom Adowei has concluded plans to empower student union bodies and Ijaw Youth Council Clan Structures across Delta State with provision of monthly stipends to the leaderships of the aforementioned well constituted groups. 

This was made known to newsmen in Warri earlier today via a statement he personally signed and circulated to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide. 

Gen. Freedom Adowei, an advocate of good governance, a philanthropist noted that his decision to reach out to support the aforementioned groups was due to his quest to support education at any cost and for the betterment of Ijaw nation.

He continued that the quest in negotiating a better deal for Niger Deltans is one that every well meaning Ijaw sons and daughters must contribute his or her quota in its liberational journey. 

Adowei while giving more details on the empowerment package stressed that the scheme will be in two phases with phase 1 targeting student union organisations from non oil producing Kingdoms as well as IYC Clan Structures In Delta State from Non Oil Kingdoms in the phase II.

He said those that falls within the phase 1 category that are interested should contact Barr. Frank Ekpemupolo for documentation, adding that monthly stipends will be provided for the above mentioned leaderships as his token to encourage education. 

The statement reads below:

Gen. Freedom Adowei is on it Again.

This time around, he has thought it wise to consider the student’s organizations in his philanthropy services

The people’s general will be launching a two phase programme. Phase 1 will be targeting the students organization of the non oil producing Ijaw clan/kingdom of Delta State which will commence immediately, stressing that, the importance of education cannot be overemphasized.

While phase 2 will be focusing on the non oil producing IYC clans in Delta State which will start thereafter.

A monthly stipend will be given to leadership of the both phases. 
The philanthropist’s general, in his words and I quote, 

” Every constitutionally recognized structures/organs/bodies have a role to play either directly or indirectly in the emancipational struggle of Niger Delta and it is a duty on our part as leaders to see to the functionality of these structures/organs/bodies. And on this premise, am calling on like-minds to take it upon themselves to support these organs”
Leadership of phase 1 are expected to reach out to Frank Ekpemupolo, Esq., for documentations.

Happy New Month 

Gen. Freedom Adowei.

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