UPU leadership postpones 2019 NEC election overpressure, court case

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UPU leadership postpones 2019 NEC election overpressure, court case

By Paul Olayemi

The Urhobo Progress Union, UPU, under the leadership of the President-General, Chief (Engr.) Joe Orode Omene, has postponed the forthcoming 2019, National Executive Council, NEC, election due for the first week of December 2019, following a pressure and lingering Court case at the Federal High Court, Warri, Delta state.

In a press statement by the UPU National Secretary, Martins Ahweyevu Mukoro, Esq., said upon recommendation of the President-General in consultation with the NEC, the Annual Emergency Urhobo National Congress in a meeting last Saturday, resolved in line with Article 9 (D) of the UPU Constitution that the election into the National Executive Council fixed for first week December 2019, be postponed for one year.

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