A sociocultural group, De Noble Club10, Nigeria, has rallied traditional rulers, women and youth groups as well as other Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) for a one-day stakeholders interactive session on how to maintain and promote peace and unity in the community and Nigeria at large.
A statement today, August 22 by the chairman of the Planing Committee of the interactive session, Engr. Shuaibu Salami said that the specific item on the table would be the sensitisation of the Ebira people on the forthcoming population census in the country.
Engr. Salami said that the interactive session, scheduled for August 27 at Afims Hotels Ltd. Oro, Okene at 10:00am “is expected to attract traditional rulers, including a high-powered delegation from the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, district and ward heads, such heads of other groups as Ebira Peoples Association (EPA), Front for Ebira Solidarity (FES), Ebira Youth Congress (EYC) and others, including community leaders.
“The interactive session will discuss the upcoming head count, 2023 general elections and maintenance of peace for harmonious existence.”
The planing committee chairman hinted that a resource person has been invited to speak on the issues.
Engr. Shuaibu Salami called on all patriotic Ani-Ebira to avail themselves of this rare opportunity to be sensitised for better and rewarding outings.