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Olomu community sets up youth body to checkmate crime, others

Oviri-Olomu community in Ughelli South local government area of Delta state, has inaugurated a 35 man youth council to checkmate crime and foster peace in the community.

Inaugurating the Youth Council at the community town hall recently, the President General of the community, Chief John Ewenede, urged them to use their office to foster peace and unity both within and outside the community, warning that any youth found wanting would be relieved of their responsibility.

He said, “Today I inaugurate you according to the constitution of the community that has empowered me to do so.

“I charge you to prove yourself as worthy ambassadors of the community and use your office to foster peace within the community and amongst other neighbouring communities.

President-General of Oviri Olomu, John Ewenede (middle), Secretary General, Chief Autine Etata (left) and Pastor Israel Azagba (right) Assistant Secretary General, during the inauguration of Oviri-Olomu Youth council.

“The office you are occupying today carries responsibilities and require self-discipline. You should therefore be diligent and carryout your responsibility without fear or favour.

“In the same way I place on you this responsibilities with my total support, if any of you is found working contrary to the rules of the office, that person shall be relieved of his post.”

Speaking further, he tasked the new council to ensure that it flushed out cultism and hooliganism out of the community.

Responding on behalf of the youths, the new chairman, Comrade Urhobojevwe Ebrobota, assured that they would work according to the specified role assigned to them according to the constitution of the community.

The council is to be headed by comrade Urhobojevwe Ebrobota as chairman while Hycinth Oghenemurhoko is to serve as secretary.

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