AAU Alumni Association Warri Meets, Vows to defend Member’s Mandate

The Warri Chapter of the Ambrose Alli University Alumni Association held it’s monthly meeting at Udu Road on Sunday and vowed to do everything possible to defend the mandate which the good people of Delta State gave freely to their member RT. Honourable Sherriff Francis Oborevwori as Governor of Delta State.
Following a motion moved on the floor of the house by Chief Vincent Oyibode the house deliberated extensively and resolved that all members should troop out enmasse to grace the inauguration ceremony on May 29th at Asaba.

It was also resolved that all the legal luminaries in the Warri branch of the association should act as a research and backup team to the Governor-elect’s legal team.

Furthermore, the house resolved to set up a think-tank Committee to identify special areas of needs across the state and bring same to the attention of the Governor immediately after the swearing in to make the task of government easier and bring the dividends of democracy to the grassroots.

The meeting which was presided over by the Acting Chairman, Chief Mrs. Pela-Taiga enjoined all members to attend any court sitting in solidarity with the Governor-electwhen the time comes.

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