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NGO Boss Ernest Bebenimibo Charges Delta Government To Be Fair To Riverine Communities In Terms Of Development

ERNEST BEBENIMIBO FOUNDATION (EBF) has called on all stakeholders to join in the advocacy for even Educational Development in the state.

This was contained in a statement issued by the President and Founder of EBF Deacon ERNEST BEBENIMIBO (JP) on Monday 4th, 2021 when the foundation distributed school uniforms and other Educational materials to five Schools in the Riverine Communities in DELTA STATE as the phase one of their Project KitUpToSchool 2021.

The President in his statement explained that the government have termed the Riverine Communities as “unreached” or “difficult to reach” when development is concerned but when it’s time for election, they send electoral materials there. He called on the government, private Organization, multinationals in the area to contribute their quota to Educational Development of the state.

In the same vein, the Director General of the foundation Deacon OGAGA DARLINGTON OSSAI also used the medium to encourage Parents not to give up in their pursuit of better education for their children.

According to him, if their kids education is a priority then they will find a way to make it happen.

He explained that NGOs can only intervene temporarily but the onus is on them to do the needful.

EBF Presented this statement to Newsmen in Warri including Gbaramatu Voice, WAFFI TV, Kpoko Fm and Crown Fm on Monday right after the completion of the project.

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