Urhobo and Isoko Community Workers Welfare Association of OML30 has assured its members of jobs welfare and benefits at their various places of work.
The association which spoke through its Chairman, Comrade Joseph Adjerhore and the Publicity Secretary, Comrade Freeborn Ubiri, during the swearing-in of the new executive at Eruemukohwarien community, Ughelli North local government area, Delta State, promised to maintain good working relationship with the former executive.
Among those sworn-in are: Joseph Adjerhore as Chairman, Okpakaile Alex, Vice Chairman, Onwo Daniel, Secretary, Freeborn Ubiri, PRO, Wisdom Etuh, as Assist. Sec, Jonathan Evovo, Treasurer, Richard Uwhubetine, Fin. Sec, David Ochuko, Organ Sec, Wilson Akporofure, Provost, John Obinitie, Ex official, Jonathan Igari, Ex official, Joseph Onororayeywerhe, Trustee, Adamure Anthony, Trustee and Goodluck Ozo, Trustee.
The new Chairman, Comrade Adjerhore while commending the out gone Chairman and his executive for the unity of the association, promised to run an open and transparent administration, saying that workers welfare will be their top most priority.
He further assured all members that the association would ensure all benefits of workers would be its priority would always be in touch with the former executives to move the association forward.
The out-gone Chairman, Comrade John Obinitie, in his address charged the new executive to ensure all workers are represented and should be transparent in their activities.