*8Th DTHA: Delta NYCN Boss, Ambassador Comrade Kenneth Okorie Congratulates Hon. Engr. Emeka Nwaobi As Majority Leader.*

….As Comrade Ambassador Kenneth Okorie Describes Delta NYCN Patron, Engr. Emeka Nwaobi As A Problem Solver, Seasoned Lawmaker.

…..Delta Number One Youth Tasks Lawmakers On Policies That Will Positively Impact On Delta Youths.

By Victor Bieni, Asaba

Comrade Ambassador Kenneth Okorie, the Chairman, National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Delta State Chapter, has tasked lawmakers on laws, policies that will positively impact on young people in Delta State as he Congratulated Member Representing Aniocha North Constituency In the State Assembly, Engr. Emeka Nwaobi the Patron of the State Youth Council on his emergence as the Majority Leader, Delta State House of Assembly.

Delta NYCN Boss made this disclosure today being Wednesday July 5, 2023 in a press statement made available to some group of Journalists in Asaba, Delta State capital as he describes Engr. Emeka Nwaobi as a problem solver, seasoned Lawmaker.

You could recall that, 8th Delta state House of Assembly under the leadership of Rt. Hon. Emomotimi Guwor on Tuesday, June 27, 2023 upon resumption of her first sitting elected its leadership. The 8th DTHA leadership elected some principal officers where Hon Engr. Emeka Nwobi, Member Representing Aniocha North Constituency, DTHA emerged Majority Leader, DTHA, Hon Festus Okoh, a.k.a Chukky Dandy, Member Representing Ika South Constituency, DTHA emerged Deputy Majority Leader, Hon Perkins Umukoro, Member Representing Sapele Constituency emerged Chief Whip, DTHA, Hon Prince Emeka Osamuta Ijele, Member Representing Ndokwa East Constituency, DTHA emerged Deputy Majority Whip, Hon Alapala, Member Representing Burutu 1 Constituency, DTHA —Minority Whip, Hon Dafe Makpor, Member Representing Uvwie Constituency, DTHA emerged Minority Leader of the house.

Delta Youth Council rejoicing with one of its Patron in the State, Hon. Engr. Emeka Nwaobi stated that the Lawmaker’s emergence as the majority of the Delta State House of Assembly is not a surprise to the Council having noticed his immense contributions to the legislative Arm of Government in Delta State and excellent support to the past Administration and current regime led by Governor Sheriff Oborevwori.

Comrade Kenneth Okorie while Congratulating the Speaker Delta State House of Assembly, Emomotimi Guwor on his new office as the Speaker of the house, lauded the emergence of the Majority Leader and other principal officers of DTHA as he extolled the virtues of the Lawmaker Representing Aniocha North Constituency, DTHA, Hon. Engr. Emeka Nwaobi whom he said is a focused Political leader, diligent Lawmaker, Professional Engineer and astute Politician, used the medium to admonish him to work together with other Lawmakers so as ensure that, the red chamber makes laws, promote policies that will positively impact on the lives of the Youths in the State.

The statement reads in parts: “On behalf of the entire Youths of Delta State under the umbrella of the apex Youth Organization, National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Delta State Chapter, I, Comrade Ambassador Kenneth Okorie use this avenue to congratulate of our own, the patron of the State Youth Council, Hon. Engr. Emeka Nwaobi on his emergence as the Majority Leader, 8th Delta State House of Assembly. We pray the almighty God to protect, bless and give you more promotion as you assume office in the red chamber. We believe in your capacity. This is the third time you are Representing your people because your people believe in you and your ability to deliver as a seasoned political leader, Lawmaker”.

“We also Congratulate the Speaker, 8th Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Emomotimi Guwor and other principal officers of the House in DTHA. We urge you, our patron, Hon. Engr Emeka Nwaobi to join hands with other Lawmakers to put up landmark laws, policies that the entire Youths of Delta State will live to remember; policies geared towards massive Youths employment, empowerment, growth and development as well as mobilization and emancipation”.

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