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S/South Chiefs, Elders Back OBALGA Boss

A socio-political association known as the South-South Chiefs, Elders, Sisters, Youths and Opinion Leaders Network has thrown its weight behind the policies and the programmes of the executive chairman of Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State, Prince Hon. Timothy Nsirim.

The group made this known when it paid solidarity visit to the council chairman in his office on Monday. The visit was led by its Chairman and National Director, High Chief Omubo Atuboinoma Harry (JP).

Speaking at the event, High Chief Atuboinoma Harry described Prince Nsirim as a “grassroots Mobilizer and a successful local government administrator”.

According to him, his association is grassroots oriented that gives all necessary support to President Goodluck Jonathan’s second term ambition comes 2015. He called on the Obalga chairman to stand firm, adding that his association will continue to back him whenever the need arises.

High Chief Atuboinoma declared the All Progressives Congress (APC) as a failed political party. He predicted victory for the ruling party, expressing optimism that APC cannot move an inch during the general elections in 2015.

He told the council chairman that all his members are for the Grassroot Development Initiative (GDI) and the ruling PDP. High Chief Atuboinoma Harry who gave kudos to the chairman for excellent performance, pleaded that his association should be involved and considered to partake in any activity organize by the council.

Responding Hon. Nsirim thanked the association for the visit. He applauded their programmes and activities. He charged them to continue to stand behind President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, saying that the future of Nigeria lies in the continued rulership of the president beyond 2015.

He promised to assist the association whenever the need arises.  ##

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