Labour Party Establishes ‘Obidient’ Directorate, Appoints Leadership Team

The Labour Party has taken a significant step towards engaging millions of youths with the establishment of the ‘Obidient’ Directorate, aimed at repositioning the party and fostering active participation. In a statement issued by the National Publicity Secretary, Obiorah Ifoh, the party announced the appointment of eight members to lead the Directorate.

Heading the ‘Obidient’ Directorate is Marcel Ngogbehei, supported by A.J.U Elumelu, Mariam Ismaila, Chukwuemeka Gerald Okafor, Angel Innocent, Tony Ashekomeh Jnr, Emeka Ezechi, and Josiah Omenuwoma as members. This initiative aligns with the party’s commitment to engaging youths and strengthening its structures.

The inauguration of the Directorate is slated for Thursday, June 6, at the NEC Hall, National Secretariat, Utako, Abuja, at 10 am. The Directorate’s mandate includes coordinating the registration of all members of the ‘Obidient’ community, facilitating Diaspora participation, handling complaints, collecting dues and donations, and ensuring financial membership among ‘Obidients.’

This move underscores the Labour Party’s dedication to inclusivity and grassroots mobilization, signaling a proactive approach towards harnessing the energy and enthusiasm of the youth demographic.


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