Ngogbehai, Elumelu, Ismaila, others are appointed by the Labour Party to lead the “Obidient” Directorate

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The Directorate will be run by eight “obedient” members nominated by the Labour Party.

This was revealed on Thursday in a statement that was signed by Obiorah Ifoh, the party’s national publicity secretary.

The announcement claims that the action is a component of the party’s repositioning efforts to attract millions of young people to the Labour Party, especially those from the “Obidient” family.

The individuals designated to lead the “Obidient” Directorate include Chukwuemeka, A.J.U. Elumelu, Mariam Ismaila, and Marcel Ngogbehei, the Director. Gerald Okafor, Josiah Omenuwoma, Emeka Ezechi, Tony Ashekomeh Jr., and Angel Innocent.

“The inauguration of the Directorate will be held on Thursday, June 6, at the NEC Hall, National Secretariat, Utako, Abuja by 10am prompt,” the statement partially states.

“That Directorate will have the following terms of reference: to Coordinate the registration of all members of the OBIDIENT community and integrate them fully into the structure of the party; ease Diaspora participation in the affairs of the party: receive complaints and deal with same and where they are unable to deal with same, refer such complaints to the leadership of the party; coordinate collection of dues and donations to the party and to ensure that all OBIDIENTS are financial members of the party”.

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