Peace Solidarity Campaign Holds in Ndokwa Nation

An association known as the Coalition of Ndokwa Peace Ambassadors, (CONPA), in collaboration with the Core Delta Youth (CDY), will be organising a one week peace solidarity campaign, and symposium starting from Monday July 27 to Sunday August 2, 2015, in the three LGA’s of Ndokwa, with the Delta state Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa as the Special Guest of Honour.
According to the national President of CONPA, Comdr. Uboh Alex Chukah, who spoke to news men in Asaba, the campaign is geared towards building a synergy between the people and the government of Delta state, for peace, cooperation, and understanding of government policies and programme, and for communities within the Ndokwa nation to see the need to live in harmony, rather than war and quarrel.
The campaign which is captioned, “See It and Say it”, will start on Monday, 27 of July with a solidarity rally in 15 towns in Ndokwa nation, starting from Ukwuani LGA, to end on Saturday August 1, 2015, in Ndokwa east. And on Sunday, August 2, 2015, will be thanksgiving mass at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Kwale, which will be followed by a symposium at Travellers Café, Kwale by 1 pm
The organisers of the programme who is very passionate of the peace rally and symposium, said that the core message they will be sending out to the people of Ndokwa is for them to properly understand the running of government, especially the new government in Delta State, so that the people will experience the maximum benefit of governance.
Speaking further, Comr. Chukah said the CONPA is out to help fight violence in Ndokwa communities and groups, because according to him, “The area will not attract much development if the drums of war is continuously beating either against communities in Ndokwa or threat against the policies of the government in the area”
The grand finale which is expected to witness an array of personalities in Ndokwa, will be chaired by the immediate past member at the Board of DESOPADEC, Rev. Chukwudi Eke, HRM, Jonathan Ede Oshimilikanegede, the Ogene of Ibedeni will be the Royal father of the day, while Chief Okenmor Fidelis Tilije will be the father of the day.
Other guests expected at the occasion will be Rt Hon Friday Osanebi, the Deputy Speaker of the Delta House of Assembly, all Ndokwa political office holders. While the key note speakers will be Dr. Victor Ugbome and Comr. Erhunmwunse Endurance.