Oroma Stars Association on Friday, February 5, 2021 donated a functional water borehole to Ekuku-Agbor Community,in Ika Southern Local Government Area, Delta State. The highly applauded ceremony was witnessed by the Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor, Chief Solomon Ezehamosi Ezeriohaye, traditional Chiefs, elders, women and youths in the area.

The donated solar water borehole

The Chairman, Oroma Stars Association and a United States of America based Pharmacist, Isaiah Okoh,in his address thanked the Uboh and all persons present for making out time to be part of history. He said that the solar water borehole project was borne out of their desire to give back to their community. He noted that water is essential in life,hence, they came together to deliver the solar water borehole project free to Ekuku-Agbor Community, their home and place of origin. He disclosed that the project which has a stand by generator and a paid staff will be functional twenty-four hours each day. While describing Ekuku-Agbor as home of his, hardworking, peaceful and loving people, he stated that Oroma Stars whose membership is made up of Ekuku-Agbor indigenes will unveil more plans and execute more projects that will help transform Ekuku-Agbor to a second London. He promised that they will continue to identify with their community, noting that there is no place like home.

Speaking before the commissioning of the solar water borehole the Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor, Chief Solomon Ezehamosi Ezeriohaye commended Oroma Starts Association for the kind gesture, stating that Ekuku-Agbor Community is very thankful and proud of them.

He said that the project would go a long way in solving the problem of inefficient water supply in Ekuku-Agbor.

He used the medium to appeal to Oroma Starts Association to ensure that the water project remained functional.

He thanked the Chairman, Oroma Stars Association, Pharmacist Isaiah Okoh, for joining efforts to develop Ekuku-Agbor, praying the Almighty God to bless and reward their efforts.

Chief P C.Aniemeke and other Chiefs who spoke at the ceremony expressed gratitude to members of Oroma Stars Association for impacting positively on their people and community. They urged them to remain committed and focused in their resolve to help develop Ekuku-Agbor.

High points of the ceremony were offering of words of prayer to members of Oroma Stars Association and the official commissioning of the solar water borehole project by the Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor.

The Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor commissioning the
solar water borehole

The Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor speaking during the ceremony

Pharmacist Isaiah Okoh, Emmanuel Ojemeh and others

The Uboh of Ekuku-Agbor and other Chiefs at the ceremony

Cross section of Ekuku-Agbor indigenes at the ceremony

The donated solar water borehole

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