By Our Correspondent

The newly elected chairman of independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), Benjamin Emoefe, has promised to operate an open door policy where no marketers would be oppressed; saying the dream of their founding fathers as articulated in the 1997 constitution would be protected.

Emoefe, who made this known during the swearing in of the newly elected executives of IPMAN, Warri Depot, recently, said the Warri Depot has long been engulfed in leadership tussle, adding that it was a product of a nationwide crisis within the association.

According to him, “l shall be guilded by the fear of God and marketers’ integrity, so it is my earnest prayer for my tenure to witness a boost in petroleum product availability and income of marketers. I also promise to have a cordial relationship with the community”.

Others elected are Tony Ikogho, Vice Chairman, Mayomi Mone, Secretary, Amuche Uche, Assistant Secretary, Pascal Pade Okirika Treasurer, Sunny Owuzo, PRO and Ese Kakor, Financial Secretary.

Others are, Herry Okenini, Auditor, Erakpotobo Kingsley, Legal Adviser, Solomon Oghuvaru, Chief Whip, Zino Onaemor, Welfare officer, Julius Imonikena, Chief Secretary officer (CSO), John Obribai, Ex-officio, Ese Shaguolor, Ex-officio and Anthony Ukponu, Ex-officio.

The list also include Omizu Ejekota Ex-officio, Emma Emebrabu Ex-officio, Temi .L. Duakpemi, Ex-officio, Kenneth Iyere ex-officio, and Zimako Okekenta, ex-officio.