He made this statement in his acceptance speech after being elected the pioneer chairman of the Port Harcourt branch of DELSU Alumni.
According to Orhojoma, DELSU graduates resident in the state will continue to do more to ensure the socio economic objectives of the Rivers State government are achieved.
The pioneer chairman pledged to run an all-inclusive government where all graduates of the institution resident in Port Harcourt will have a sense of belonging.
According to Orhojoma, “the newly elected executive is open to suggestions and we pledge to run an all-inclusive and transparent administration.”
The 2005 graduate of Physics of DELSU also expressed his gratitude on behalf of the newly elected executive.
“I want to say a big thank you to all for finding us worthy to lead this great association,” he said.
“I will do best with the help of my other executive members to see that this association is propelled to greater heights,” he pledged.
Other members of the Port Harcourt branch of DELSU Alumni include Mr Isaac Emunotor who was elected Vice Chairman; Ufuoma Egbamuno elected General Secretary and Ese Ubuara elected Treasurer.
Others are Akpos Onojete -Financial Secretary; Christopher Ottah – Assistant Secretary; Koyoyo Robinson – Social Director and Emi Japhet – Public Relations Officer.
DELSU Alumni Port Harcourt was formed in March 2017 while it was formally inaugurated on the 20th of May 2017 by the National President of the association Billy Onotue.