Chairman and First Deputy President General of Urhobo Progressive Union, Chief Charles O. Majoroh
By Omon-Julius Onabu
Chairman and First Deputy President General of Urhobo Progressive Union, Chief Charles O. Majoroh has charged Urhobo youths to rediscover themselves and champion the transformation of their ethnic nationality to avoid lagging behind in the country.
They made the call when 50 youths of Urhobo descent completed their intensive computer and leadership training put together by the Union.
Other eminent Urhobo personalities from the area at the occasion harped on the need for the youths to re-enact the glorious days of the Urhobo nation in Nigeria when the people craved for excellence in academics, law and business.
Majoroh, said "Urhobo youths must brace up to the challenge to transform Urhobo-land", and stressed the need to get good education and vocational training, the youths must ensure that the electoral choices they make in future is wise and aimed at transforming the state and country.
"We need transformation not transaction. We want the best brains to run Urhobo Progress Union (UPU)….. We need structural transformation that will bring about fundamental changes in Urhobo-land", he said.