Secretary of Odidi Community in Ogbe-Ijoh Warri Kingdom, Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State, Comr. Mamamu Bene Youkore, popularly known as young Chief has congratulated the new community executive members of Diebiri-Batan Community on their victory.
The Odidi Community leader expressed optimism that the new exco led by Fredrick Amalade will squarely address the multifaceted underdevelopmental woes confronting the oil bearing community.
This was contained in a statement he personally signed and issued to newsmen in Warri yesterday, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.
Speaking further, Comr. Bene Youkore had charged the new exco to always maintain peace in the community, stressing that they should see their victory as a call to duty, adding that everyone should be carried along.
However, young chief had admonished all sons and daughters of Diebiri-Batan Community to always give peace a chance by accepting the new leadership of the community.
The new community exco of Diebiri-Batan according to him include: “Fredrick Amalade – Chairman,Ijebi Tontimi – Vice Chairman, Lucky Numberone – Secretary General, Duke Wareademebo – Assistant Secretary. Philip Numa – Treasurer.
“Samuel Igbodudu – Spokesman.Festus Gbozimo – PRO. Bright Amakubukuro – Welfare Officer. Edwin Yonwei – Organising Secretary. Bibor Lude – Financial Secretary. Chief Joseph Igbelegbele – member. Sunny Newyear – member.Ebipade Isaac – member, Victor F. Gbolode – Adviser.”
Meanwhile, there are indications that as part of the normal tradition in the community, the above mentioned executive members of the community will be officially inaugurated today in the community to pilot the affairs of the community for the stipulated period.
In his words: “On behalf of myself, family and all constituencies that I represents, I want to officially congratulate the new Diebiri-Batan Community Exco led by Mr. Frederick Amalade on their victory. I wish you people a fruitful tenure. Once again congratulations”. Comr. Youkore stated.