Polobubo Community In Delta Gets New Leadership
Polobubo Community In Delta Gets New Leadership

Dr Bright Abulu, President General; Rev. Clement Doyah-Tiemo, General Secretary; and 17 other executives have been sworn in to take over the leadership of the Polobubo (Tsekelewu) community, Egbema kingdom, Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State.

The Polobubo National Executive Council (NEC) is in charge of realizing and achieving the community’s purposes and goals.

The NEC has supreme authority and performs supervisory and monitoring tasks overall wings, organs, and appendages of the Polobubo (Tsekelewu) community.

The NEC is the supreme organ of the Polobubo (Tsekelewu) community and serves as the community’s approved leaders/spokesmen and spokespeople in all affairs affecting the community.

Dr Abulu thanked the people for the honour in a brief acceptance speech at the occasion, which was held on December 2, 2021, at Polobubo (Tsekelewu) town.

He said, “I am indeed elated by the honour done to me and my team and I promise that, with God helping us, the community will prosper. With God helping us, we will pilot the affairs of our community with integrity, trust and in the fear of God.”

However, this occurred with the adoption and signing of the modified Polobubo (Tsekelewu) Community Constitution by a delegate from each of the community’s eight (8) quarters.

Elder Edmund Tiemo, a former national president of the NEC, presided over the occasion, which was attended by Pa Jeyemi Gbalubi, Chief Clifford Ukulor, Chief Afan Lesiagho, Chief Ismael Suku, Chief (Mrs.) Ojombo Yoroki, and other famous sons and daughters of the community.

Elder Edmund Tiemo challenged the new leadership to be fair, just, and equitable in ruling the community in the fear of God.

Elder Edmund said “I have no doubt of the competence of Dr. Abulu and his executive council members, as the president is coming in with over 20 years working experience in the oil and gas industry, having worked with Chevron Nigeria limited in Nigeria and United States of America and with a doctorate degree. He and his team will succeed.”

He called the election of the officers “a new dawn for our community” and urged all sons and daughters to support the new leadership.

Rev. Kenneth Toruwei of the First Baptist Church Polobubo, Papa Jeyemi Gbalubi, and Ama-Okosuwei of the Polobubo (Tsekelewu) community – Papa Chief Idabor Pablogba, prayed for the NEC and offered fatherly wisdom.

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