Members Ndokwa Social Club of Nigeria recently celebrated their pioneer
member Okwa (Chief) Ulenu Johnny Alede over his appointment as a Justice of
the Peace (JP) by Delta State Government. The occasion which held at the
residence of the celebrant, in Ogbedigbo Afor, in Ndokwa East Local
Government Area had sixteen branches of the club in attendance except the
United States of America (USA) branch.
During the ceremony, the National President of the club, Ogbuefi P.C.
Onaibre in his address, congratulated Okwa Ulenu on behalf of other
members, for the appointment, and for attaining the “Okwaship” (Elders
Council) age grade in his community.
While describing the celebrant as a strong pillar of the club, Chief
Onaibre noted that his appointment as a J.P was a great honor to the club,
his family and to his community. He explained that Okwa Ulenu deserved the
appointment, giving his intellectual and service to humanity.
The Club’s national President also promised that the members and leaders of
the club would continue to honor the celebrant in recognition of his moral,
financial and other contributions towards the formation, sustenance and
progress of the club since its inception. During a brief interview with
news men at the end, Chief Onaibre expressed satisfaction with members
large attendance. He told our reporter that the club had seventeen branches
across the country and U.S.A. with three hundred and eighty one (381)
Also in his response, the celebrant Okwa Ulenu Johnny Alede (J.P) felt
greatly elated by the surging crowd, describing it as a remarkable honor on
him and his family. He explained that the ceremony marked triple
celebration of his attainment of “Okwa” age grade, the appointment as a
J.P. and his rescue from rain storm disaster that blew off his residential
Okwa Ulenu disclosed that the destroyed building was renovated and
furnished by Delta State Deputy Speaker R.T. Hon. Friday Osanebi.
He recalled that he was the second (2nd) National President of the Club
after its formation and assured the members of his continued membership
till death. He further appreciated the leaders and members of the club and
urged them to keep the club’s flag flying.
Okwa (Chief) Ulenu Johnny Alede retired as an Accountant with a shipping
firm, holds Ogbuiji “title of Afor clan, a member of Okpala-Uku-In-Council
of Ogbedigbo, former paramount chief of the community as well as the
current National Adviser to Ndokwa Social Club.
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