NUJ Delta Information Chapel Exco Constituted


Some members of the newly constituted exco of the Delta state Ministry of Information Chapel of the NUJ: From left> Comrade Okolie Patrick (Treasurer), Comrade Oteri Toju (Secretary), Comrade Salvation Ogono (Chairman) taking oath of office from a legal adviser under the supervision of the state Vice Chairman of NUJ, Delta state Council, Comrade Felix Igbekoyi.

Some members of the newly constituted exco of the Delta state Ministry of Information Chapel of the NUJ: From left> Comrade Okolie Patrick (Treasurer), Comrade Oteri Toju (Secretary), Comrade Salvation Ogono (Chairman) taking oath of office administered by a legal adviser under the supervision of the state Vice Chairman of NUJ, Delta state Council, Comrade Felix Igbekoyi.

The Delta state Ministry of Information Chapel of the NUJ has on Tuesday, June 04, 2013 been formally constituted.

The new exco is headed by Comrade salvation Ogono who was returned for a second term in office.

The oath of office was administered on Comrade Okolie Patrick (Treasurer), Comrade Oteri Toju (Secretary), Comrade Salvation Ogono (Chairman) by a legal adviser under the supervision of the state Vice Chairman of NUJ, Delta state Council, Comrade Felix Igbekoyi, the state Secretary, Comrade Gomo Oyibokuku Oyiborhoro, the state Treasurer, Comrade Victor Eyaguobor and the state Financial Secretary, Comrade Celestine Afakoba as well as leaders of the Union.

Other aspirants who had breached constitutional provisions were either disqualified by the Credentials Committee headed by Celestine Ofuani (Chairman) and Austin Ihonor (Secretary) or recommended for a waiver at the discretion of the state council of the NUJ.

The aspirants however did not turn up for the election. They include Chairmanship aspirant, Comrade Ogbeni Tebefia who was summarily disqualified for not meeting with relevant constitutional provisions, while Enohor O.and Pat Gbemudu who picked forms to contest the position of Secretary and Financial Secretary respectively were absent.

Comrade Gomo Oyibokuku Oyiborhoro, state Secretary of NUJ, Delta state Council hands over Certificate of return to the new chairman of the Delta state Ministry of Information Chapel of the NUJ, Comrade Salvation Ogono.

Comrade Gomo Oyibokuku Oyiborhoro, state Secretary of NUJ, Delta state Council hands over Certificate of return to the new chairman of the Delta state Ministry of Information Chapel of the NUJ, Comrade Salvation Ogono.

Following the disqualification of Comrade Ogbeni Tebefia by the Credential Committee set up by the Ministry of Information Chapel, Comrade Ogono Salvation was therefore returned unopposed at the election which witnessed a large turnout of NUJ members, elders, leaders and other Chapel executives, including security agencies earlier invited by the Ofuani-led Credentials Committee.

Group photograph with members of the state Council and other Chapel executives of the NUJ

Group photograph with members of the state Council and other Chapel executives of the NUJ

2 responses to “NUJ Delta Information Chapel Exco Constituted

  1. What a monumental fraud! What is the world turning to? Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philosopher once said;
    “I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.” This saying best explains my feeling about the above story. That ppl can tell barefaced lies like is seen in this story in name of journalism is to say the least most disappointing. Lego, I’m truly disappointed that u could do this.

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