NAOCS Honours DESOPADEC Executive Director, Agediga

The National Association Ogulagba Clan Students, NAOCS, has honored the Executive Director for Planning, Research and Statistics in the board of the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, Amb Shedrack Agediga for his immense contributions to the growth of the body.

Agediga was honored for his contributions to human capacity building, educational support as well as for his overall selfless service towards the body since it’s formation in 1998.

The group lauded the erstwhile president of the Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Council for his inputs to building education while in office.

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President of NAOCS, Comrade Igere Clever, who led the delegation made up of executives and stakeholders, lauded the former Senior Special Assistant to the Delta State Government for his immense selfless contributions to the development of students in the kingdom.

Amb Shedrack Agediga with his Award of Honour

Igere highlighted that Agediga has been a persevering benefactor to not only the students body, but to the entire Ogulagha people, cutting across women, men and other social groups.

On his part, the DESOPADEC Executive Director charged the leadership of the body to work the extra mile in making the association greatHe advised the visiting entourage to always participate in other youthful bodies in the kingdom, to serve as a means of identifying with kinsmen.

Agediga further pledged his unwavering support towards the growth of the body.

Recall that Agediga had sponsored over 100 candidates in securing their forms for the 2020 joint Admission Matriculation Examination, JAMB, through his self named Shedrack Agediga Foundation.

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Written by Tare Magbei

Tare Magbei is a media practitioner with Daily Report Nigeria.

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