My reign will prioritize security, unity—says newly elected Bayelsa community youth leader

Brass—Mr. Ayemoro Ayebanengiyefa has emerged as the youth president of Egwe-ama Kingdom in Brass Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

The youth election which was held at the kingdom town hall on Friday saw the winner Ayemoro scoring a total of 131 votes to defeat his closest rival, Mr. Ebigoni Ebiegberi who garnered 80 votes and Mr. Ayebanoa Iremoipre who came third with 57 votes.

Ayemoro speaking after the election expressed happiness over his victory, assuring that his reign will be inclusive and open to advice from his predecessors.

Ayemoro being celebrated by supporters after his victory

He pledged that the security of the community will be the “utmost priority” of his administration as well as to ensure peace and unity within and outside the community.

In his words, “My administration will be a listening one to the yearnings of the youths and the entire people of Egwe kingdom. I will not be sectional in any form whether political or otherwise.

“I will always consult senior comrades on the way forward especially past leaders before taking any action.”

The new youth president also said he will prioritize the security of the kingdom.

In his words: “I will collaborate with the Forward Operational Base (FOB) to forestall peace in the kingdom.

“I will make sure I unite all people together and extend the same to our neighbouring communities.”

Speaking further, he called on multinational companies to situate their businesses in the community, assuring that the kingdom is safe for business.

He further stated that the youth council under his reign will liaise with the Federal, State, and Local Governments to draw development to the kingdom.

Meanwhile, other elected members of the youth council executive include: Odibo Moses, Vice President; Ebimiebo Obene, Secretary; Behamokumo Woripaga, Assistant Secretary; Senibo Tuesday, PRO; Ayebaesin Beredugo, Organizing Secretary and
Owoilate Ayebaemi, Assistant Organizing Secretary.

Other elected executives are Robinson Dickson, Treasurer and Ateierio Salvation, Financial Secretary; Biatere Opaiwori, Assistant Financial Secretary and Inafiate Ayebadiepreye, Provost 1.

David Divine, Provost 2; Saturday Ayebakipreye, Auditor 1; Yemoleigha Preye, Auditor 2; Gabriel Tafaerighe, Ex-Officio1 and Samson Furopagamo, Ex-Officio 2 were also elected.

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