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OHUMERE COMMUNITY PASSES VOTE OF CONFIDENCE ON OKOWA AMIDST CRY FOR HELP

The good people of Ohumere Community in Ime-Obi, Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area, has passed a vote of confidence on the Governor of Delta State, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa for effective governance of his administration.

The vote of confidence on Governor Okowa was passed during a meeting held on Wednesday, June 15, 2021, at the Ohumere Community Hall.

Speaking on behalf of Pa. Johnson Ijedinma, Ohumere Community head (Isichie), Mr. Anthony Odia extolled the governor for his enviable track record in six years in office.

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According to him, “A review of Governor Okowa’s activities especially in the area of project execution, interpersonal relationship with key stakeholders, communities, security and peacebuilding shows that he has 99% pass mark for his performance.

“Hence, based on Okowa’s performance, we the people of Ohumere Community unanimously pass a vote of confidence on him, pledging to continue to give him our support for the fact he is a man of his words (Ekwueme)”.

Continuing, Mr. Odia used the opportunity to remind Governor Okowa of their early appeal in the area of road construction, made known to him during their visit to his office in August, 2020, led by Sam Nwa-Igumbor .

He mentioned the roads in need of government’s attention to include; Ilekpo Road, Ohumere, Nmudein Road, Kelubia Street, Sam-Nwa Igumbor Street, Osa Street, Sunny Ojugbo Street, Nmorka Street, Ogbu Street, Nwange Ukpoma Street, and Nwanweze Street.

He concluded with the prayer for God to continue to be with the governor to finish his second tenure stronger.

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