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Committees, auditors appointed for Otughievwen annual conference
By Godwin Brotu
A constitutional review, screening and electoral committees and external auditors have been appointed by the Otughievwen 20 yearly conference which held at the Eagle square December 27 2019 Ughelli South local government area.
The three bodies set up are to work within terms of reference and submit report to the present administration led by Olorogun Samson Janughan within three months.
In their separate speeches at the event, chairman of the occasion, Prince Ronaldo Brume Dase and Olorogun Janughan advised interested aspirants who have cases in court against the community to withdraw them or stand disqualified from contesting the forth coming election, affirming that, the same thing applies to members of the screening and electoral committee.
The conference consisted of Edion-in-Council, Ewheya, Emete and Uvwie.
Announcing his achievements in the past three years, the incumbent executive chairman of Otughievewen, Olorogun Janughan said among them is the restated NECO to Otughievewen Secondary School through the help of former deputy Governor Professor Amos Utuama.
He said projects done within the period include one two bedrooms and self-contained in one bungalow of three unit block and three units water project scheme for Otughievwan community now ready for commissioning.
Others are acquisition of one acre of land for Otughievwen along Otughievwen Agbowhiame road, restoration of light (power supply) to Otughievwen, buying of Toyota Hiace Bus for Otughievwen through the community relations committee (CRC), phase two fencing of new community estate and security house along Otughievwen Agbowhiame road, praising the security for commitment to fighting crime but regretted that requisite support has not happened as planned.
The bishop on the occasion prayed God for the progress, peace and development of the persons and community.
Present at the occasion were former chairman, Olorogun Eric Sajini and Prince Solomon Ugen.