Edo Civil Society Organizations (EDOCSO), has elected interim executive members that would pilot the network and to also put in place modalities towards the emergence of a new executive council.
Issuing the release, the former Public Relations Officer of EDOCSO, Leftist Osazee Edigin asserted: “The Extended Executive (TEC), which comprised head of various affiliate organizations and coordinators of study centres have in its enlarged meeting elected two members.
“They are to pilot the affairs of the network and to also put in place modalities towards the emergence of a new executive council. Those elected were; Comrade Curtis Ogbebor, as the interim TEC Chairman/ Coordinator-General, while Comrade Dickson John will serve as the interim TEC Secretary.
“All comrades are required to give them all needed support; as they pilot the network’s activities in the interim pending the emergence of substantive council.
“We would like to appreciate all members of the just ended executive council tenure for their selflessness and resilience in the past three years in bringing the network to an enviable height even without salaries or stipends.
“All the support enjoyed by the executive council from our ever gallant members of EDOCSO within the last three years were overwhelming and well noted.”
Appreciating members for electing him, the interim chairman of EDOCSO, Comrade Curtis Ogbebor said: “I wish to express my profound gratitude to God almighty, the immediate past executive led by Comrade Omobude Agho, heads of affiliate organizations and all members of EDOCSO for the tireless efforts made over the years.
“And to sustain the network and the steadfastness in the struggle for the emancipation of the downtrodden, and for electing me to pilot the affairs of the network as the interim Coordinator.”