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(PHOTO STORY] Elumelu, Pondi, other top dignitaries storm Okerenkoko for Otuaro’s inauguration

By Faith Madogwe

Dr. Shadrack Otuaro on Saturday, 19 June 2021, took the oath of office as the Executive Chairman of Okerenkoko Federated Community at the Community Civic Centre in Okerenkoko town, Gbaramatu kingdom, Delta State.

The Civic Centre was filled to capacity during the inauguration.

Dignitaries in attendance include the Minority Leader of the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Ndudi Elumelu; Hon. Julius Pondi, Member, Federal House of Representatives, Burutu Federal Constituency; The Pere of Gbaramatu kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Oboro-Gbaraun II, Aketekpe, Agadagba (Represented by High Chief P.T. Heavens); Hon. Emomotimi Guwor, member representing Warri South West Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly; Dr. Shadrack Agediga, Executive Director, DESOPADEC; Dr. Paul Bebenimibo, Commissioner, DESOPADEC; Gbaramatu Traditional Council, among others.

Others sworn in to pilot the afairs of the oil-rich community for a period of four years are, Hon. Segun Mulade, Vice Chairman; Andrew Bebenimibo, Secretary General; Amb. John Dekawei Public, PRO; Comrade Stanley Adebayo, Assistant Secretary; Mr. Samuel Ijeleba, Assistant PRO; Mr. John Sokoto, Treasurer; Ms Beauty Johnny, Financial Secretary; Goodluck Sinwa, Auditor; Mr. Amos Ekpebide, Chief Organiser and James Governor, Assistant Organiser.

Here are some pictures taken at the event by GbaramatuVoice Team.

Dr. Shadrack Otuaro, newly inaugurated Chairman of Okerenkoko Federated Community with Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader of the Federal House of Representatives, while Hon. Emomotimi Guwor, member representing Warri South West Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, looks on.

Dr. Shadrack Otuaro, newly inaugurated Chairman of Okerenkoko Federated Community in a warm handshake with Hon. Julius Pondi, member representating Burutu Federal Constituency in the Federal House of Representatives, as Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader, Federal House of Representatives, beams a hug smile.

The Arrival of Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader, Federal House of Representatives and Hon. Julius Pondi, member representating Burutu Federal Constituency, at the event.

The Arrival of Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader, Federal House of Representatives; Hon. Julius Pondi, member representating Burutu Federal Constituency; Hon. Emomotimi Guwor, member representing Warri South West Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, and other dignitaries, at the event.

The newly SWORN-IN Executive Members of Okerenkoko Federated Community

The New Executive Members of Okerenkoko Federated Community, being administered with the Oath of Office by Barr. Jerry Otuaro.

The newly sworn-in Executive Members of Okerenkoko Federated Community in a group photograph with Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader, Federal House of Representatives; Hon. Julius Pondia and other top dignitaries.

The newly sworn-in Chairman, Dr. Shadrack Otuaro, signing the Oath of Office with the newly Inaugurated Secretary, Mr. Andrew Bebenimibo.

The Outgone Chairman, Hon. Kingsley Oturubo handing over official documents to the newly inaugurated Chairman, Dr. Shadrack Otuaro.

Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader, Federal House of Representatives, giving his goodwill message.

Hon. Julius Pondi, member representating Burutu Federal Constituency, giving the Opening Remarks.

The newly SWORN-IN Chairman, Dr. Shadrack Otuaro with Barr. Jerry Otuaro and Barr. Samson Bebenimibo.

Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, Minority Leader of the Federal House of Representatives in a group photograph with dignitaries.

Dr. Shadrack Otuaro, newly inaugurated Chairman of Okerenkoko Federated Community with Dr. Shadrack Agediga, Executive Director, DESOPADEC and Dr. Alfred Mulade, Registrar, Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko.

Hon. Julius Pondi, having a chat with Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, while Hon. Emomotimi Guwor, in full attention watching GbaramatuVoiceLIVE.

The newly inaugurated Chairman, Dr. Shadrack Otuaro, accompanied by his wife, Clara Otuaro, receiving award from Rev. Benson German.

Dr. Paul Bebenimibo, Commissioner, DESOPADEC

Dr. Shadrack Otuaro, the newly inaugurated Chairman, reading his acceptance speech.

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