Delta: How Uduaghan, Deltans Honoured Former Chief Of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ezeoba


Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State (Left) ; Immediate Past Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba . (Right) and Wife Mrs. Vivian Ezeoba (Middle) during Civic Grand Reception in Honour of Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba in Ibusa, Delta State.

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State (Left) ; Immediate Past Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba . (Right) and Wife Mrs. Vivian Ezeoba (Middle) during Civic Grand Reception in Honour of Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba in Ibusa, Delta State.

Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan recently joined the people of Ibusa community in Oshimili North local government area of the state to honour one of their sons, Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba [Rtd], the immediate past Chief Of Naval Staff, charging retired public officials to avail the country of their experience, expertise, knowledge and wisdom in handling developmental issues.

Governor Uduaghan gave the charge at the civic reception hosted by Ibusa community in honour of Vice Admiral Ezeoba [Rtd], stated that the country was passing through challenging times and would need to tap into the expertise, advice and experience of those who have been at the helm of affairs to seek for solutions.

Besides the governor enjoined politicians to play by the rules devoid of rankle, and violence.

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State (Middle) ; Obi (Prof) Louis Chelunor Nwoboshi , the Obuzor of Ibusa and Chief Peter Okocha

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State (Middle) ; Obi (Prof) Louis Chelunor Nwoboshi , the Obuzor of Ibusa and Chief Peter Okocha

According to him “we are in very challenging times that we need the experience and advice of the people who have been at the helm of affairs in this country….. Nigeria needs your expertise. “

“Delta State needs your wisdom and knowledge especially in the area of security. You know that one of our three point agenda is peace and security. I will soon be calling on you to avail us of your experience and expertise in tackling security issues”.

He advised politicians against overheating the polity stating that “power belongs to God and he gives it to whom he pleases, we should prevent resorting to violence and shedding of blood as no position is worthy human life”.

Rear Admiral Mike Onah [Rtd] ; Real Admiral Emma Ogbor ; Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State ; Immediate Past Chief of Naval Staff , Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba

Rear Admiral Mike Onah [Rtd] ; Real Admiral Emma Ogbor ; Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State ; Immediate Past Chief of Naval Staff , Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba

While commending the Obuzor of Ibusa, Prof. Louis Nwoboshi for his handling of the affairs of the community, Dr. Uduaghan charged the people of Ibusa especially the elites to intervene and solve their communal problems in-house.

He emphasised that “Ibusa has produced great men and women who have excel in various fields, I want to appeal to Ibusa people especially these elites to cooperate and solve their problems without government intervention”.

Cross Section of Traditional Rulers

Cross Section of Traditional Rulers

He commended Vice Admiral Dele Joseph Ezeoba [Rtd] for his meritorious service to the nation and Delta State stating that he left his marks in the sands of time as Chief of Naval Staff.

In his Remarks, Vice Admiral Dele Ezeoba [Rtd] commended Dr. Uduaghan for developmental vision for Delta State and urged deltans to support him to succeed in this regards.

While promising to continue to work for infrastructural projects in the town, Vice Admiral Ezeoba [Rtd] called for mutual cooperation and love among the people of Ibusa to ensure rapid developmental growth in Ibusa.

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