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Supervisor For Culture Hopeful Of R/S CARNIRIV Top Position

The Supervisor for Youths, Sports and Culture in Eleme local government area, Olaka Godday Wuwu, has expressed his optimism in clinching a better position in this year’s Rivers state CarniRiv.
The supervisor who spoke with our reporter in his council, stated that Eleme local government council came third in the last year’s CARNIRIV, revealing that the council is working on possible steps to better the record of last year.
According to him, with him at the helm of affairs Eleme local government council will have a better deal in this year’s CARNIRIV, pointing out that already all cultural troupes in the council have been mobilized to work toward surpassing that of last year.
Assuring Eleme people that the time has come to advance Eleme local government council in any Rivers State organized even. the energetic looking youths, sports and culture supervisor of the Eleme local government council wasted no time to note that Eleme has all the first positions of the CARNIRIV.
To prove his claim, Olaka was at his best holding meetings to this effect when our reporter called on him. He later told our reporter that he has been brain storming with his people to see how possible the council will come out with the best result under his tenure as youths, sports and culture supervisor.
He advised all Eleme youths, to live a meaningful life as the advancement of Eleme local government council is in their hands, positing that he will on his part not fail them as their representative in the Eleme local government council.
However, Olaka stated that Eleme needed the support of all and sundry to take its rightful place in the comity of local government councils in Rivers State and Nigeria as a whole. ####

Allanso Jonathan Allanso

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