Prominent Urhobos commend UPU President General, Ganiga over development of Urhobo land

Chief Emmanuel Ganiga, MD Dallas eatery addressing participants during the competition

…as Dallas eatery reward deserving customers in dance and win competition
Kparobo Ehvwubare
Prominent sons and daughters of Urhbob land has commended Chief Emmanuel Ganiga, the Urhobo Progress Union, UPU-UK branch for developing Urhobo land amid his businesses all over Urhobo land, just as they called on all well meaning Urhobo sons and daughters to emulate him.

Chief Emmainuel Ganiga and his wife, flanked by Delta NUJ Chairman, Mike Ikeogwu
The commendation was made in Oghara, Ethiope west Local government of Delta State by the Chief Destiny Okwe, the Unugbrogodo of Oghareki, Chief Sylvester Ogunje and Chief Frank Ededey recently at the 5th edition of Dallas adult party to celebrate deserving customers, tagged “Dance and win competition”.

Following the mood of the yuletide season around the world among Christian faithful, Oghara, the hometown of former Gov. James Ibori was not left out as a fast growing eatery in the area, Dallas eatery rolled out the 2019 edition of the adult dance and win competition.
Participants and customers that trooped in in to cash glimpse
It was a memorable day for those that attended the party, as the expansive play ground of the eatery was filled to the brim, yet customers are still trooping in to cash the glimpse of what is about to happened with different artistes already on ground to trill the audience.
No one was left out; as the eatery management also put together party for the all, with music, dance amid jubilation that pervaded the air.
The mother of the competition was the dance and win competition; and raffle for three lucky winners who went home with different prices.
Moved by the caliber of personalities that attended the event, the Managing Director, Dallas eatery and a London based business mogul, Chief Emmanuel Ganiga, doled out different prices to winners that was segmented into Urhobo, English and Old school dance competitions.
For the English dancers, Odiri Ufuoma came first with a cash price of N20,000 and four months at Dallas eatery, second position went to Arafats with N15,000 and three months meal, while third position went to Jenifa who got N10,000 cash and two months meal.
For the Urhobo dancers, Faith took first position with N25,000  & 6months meal, second position went to De-Light with N15,000 cash  & 4months meal and Betty Okeke took third position with N10,000 cash & 3months meal.
Highpoint of the competition was a raffle draw, where three winners went home with 43LCD Television, infinix phone and industrial fan respectively.
Chief Ganiga while addressing newsmen shortly after the event, stated that Dallas would sustained the tempo of the event in the area, while appealing to all and sundry to take Dallas eatery as theirs.

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