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Delta Council Chairmen Handover To HPM, As ALGON Chair Holds Valedictory Session

Delta Council Chairmen Handover To HPM, As ALGON Chair Holds Valedictory Session

NEWS
Chairmen of the 25 local government councils of Delta state are to handover to Head of Personal Management,(HPM) of their respective local government councils. Chairman of Isoko South local government  area of Delta state and state chairman of the Association of Local Government of Nigeria, (ALGON), Itiako Constantine Ikpokpo, alluded to this on Tuesday when he held his last executive council meeting with members of Exco at his office in Oleh, headquarters of the council. Ikpokpo who also doubled as the Deputy national chairman of ALGON, used the valedictory session to thank and commend staff, councillors, Head Of Departments, (HODs) and members of his Exco for all the support and prayers in the last three years. While attributing the success of his tenure to the team work of
Council Polls: Delta ALGON Boss, Ikpokpo Declares To Run Again With Thanksgiving Mass

Council Polls: Delta ALGON Boss, Ikpokpo Declares To Run Again With Thanksgiving Mass

NEWS, POLITICS
    The chairman of Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta state, Sir Constantine Itiako Ikpokpo, popularly known as Malik, has declared his intentions to be reelected with a special Catholic Church thanksgiving mass to wind up his first term in office. Ikpokpo who is the outgoing Chairman of the Association of Local Government Of Nigeria, (ALGON), Delta state chapter, had on Tuesday invited his political associates, family members, friends, well wishers in a special thanksgiving mass for his successful tenure in office. BigPen Online reports that the service held at St John de Baptist Catholic Church, Oleh, headquarters of the local government area signified the end of his first tenure which was dedicated to God and the beginning of another three years term.
Delta ALGON Boss Blames FG For Local Governments Woes

Delta ALGON Boss Blames FG For Local Governments Woes

NEWS
The Delta State Chairman of Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON), Sir Itiako Ikpokpo has accused the Federal Government for allegedly stifling the third tier of government. Ikpokpo said that the greatest challenge facing the third tier of government was the meagre 20 per cent share of federal allocation to the 776 local governments in the country which he said was grossly inadequate to meet the councils' first line charge, which is the payment of salaries, not to talk of provision of basic social amenities at the grassroots. According to him, the disproportionate sharing formula for the nation's revenue is a threat to the existence of local government councils adding that the; "excessive, overloaded, overlapping and domineering posture of the Federal Government" in ...