Igala Cultural Development Association, ICDA, commences sale of forms for various Offices, slates June 2024 for election

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By Our Correspondent

The Caretaker President of the Igala Cultural Development Association, ICDA, Pastor Immanuel Ameadaji has charged members of the forum of Onu Igala in all the THIRTY SIX states of the federation to justify their new mandate as major stakeholders in the election of  new executive  for the Association scheduled for June this year.

Pastor Immanuel Ameadaji made the remark at the weekend at the Ata Igala Palace in Idah during a meeting with members of the forum.

He said the only way to appreciate the Ata Igala for the honour in appointing  and recognising them as major stakeholders was to involve themselves in achieving success in all the  objectives for setting up the caretaker committee, especially scouting for the most competent, capable and credible igala sons and daughters to fill those offices of the ICDA.

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He told them to imbibe the vision of the Ata Igala in all their undertakings to ensure that Igala voice was heard loud and clear among comity of nations.

The Caretaker President said by meeting with the Onu Igala  and distribution of forms, its  sale  for the different offices have commenced and will end on April thirtieth.

He said that screening of forms  will be held in May, while manifestos day which will be televised live on Ñational Television stations will precede the election in June.

He admonished the Onus to ensure that the sales of forms for the different offices was given wide publicity to ensure that no one was left behind.

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Responding on behalf of the forum of Onu-Igala in the thirty six states and Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Chief Joseph Daikwo, who is also the Onu Igala kaduna thanked His Royal Majesty, Gabaidu Matthew Opaluwa for finding them worthy to be involved in his vision for the development of Igala kingdom.

Chief Daikwo assured of their readiness to cooperate with the Caretaker committee to realise all their set objectives and promised to report back immediately to the caretaker committee after their own meeting.

Edited by Ali Atabor, (

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