Chairman of Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) in Obotebe Kingdom, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, Comr. Okou Andaowei Anthony has appreciated all leadership structures in the Kingdom.
This was contained in a statement he personally signed and issued to newsmen in Warri earlier today, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.
While appreciating them for their supports so far, he had particularly prayed to the Lord Almighty to continue to grant the leaders more wisdom and increase them financially in order to turn the entire Obotebe Kingdom to the envy of all.
Okou had vowed that he will never betray the confidence reposed on him as the IYC Chairman, adding that he will continue to liaise with relevant authorities in negotiating a better deal for his youths.
He continued that with unprecedented love and unity among sons and daughters of Obotebe Kingdom, the people of Obotebe are capable of achieving anything in the World.
Speaking further, Andaowei had charged sons and daughters of the Kingdom to always prioritise the developmental interest of Obotebe in whatever they do, stressing that he is hopeful that 2022 will be a far better year for the Kingdom and her people.
See the appreciation list below:
(A). HRM. Emmanuel Warewini Arikawei, Ogisi 1st, The Ebenanawei Of Obotebe Kingdom & the entire Traditional Council of Chiefs.
(B). Political leaders of Obotebe Kingdom.
1. Rt.Hon. Engr, Franc PC Enekorogha2. Chief Dr, Julius E. Takeme (JP)3. Hon. Amafini Akemotubo4. Hon. Benike Tam Joseph5. Hon. Spencer Takeme6. Mr. Austin Okotete7. Mr. Mark A. Okou8. Hon. Jerusalem Magbei9. Mr. Ziboke Magbei
(C). The leadership of IYC Obotebe Clan, I thank them all
(D). Mr. Godwin Ebobrah, Chairman of Obotebe community & the entire executives of Obotebe Town Council.
(E). Mr, Golu Fredrick Lewei, President of Obotebe Town Youth Council & the entire executive members of the Town Youths Council.
F). Tare James Yeinanagbegha, NUOS President & the entire executive.
And I also thank the whole communities constituting Obotebe Kingdom.