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Jul 17, 2018

The political machinery of Dr. (Mrs.) Isioma Okobah, under the umbrella of “Okowa Legacy Group” OLG, has again declared its total support for the re-election bid of Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, in the forth coming 2019 polls.

The group disclosed this at its weekly meeting held in honour of Governor Okowa, at Onicha-Ugbo, Aniocha North LGA of Delta State.

In his address, the convener Dr. Chris Okobah, who was ably represented by Mr. Ambrose Okobah, said the group adopted and declared its unalloyed loyalty for the governor, as a result of his outstanding performances within the past three years of his administration.

In his words, “ we are aware of the tremendous efforts made by our Governor Okowa in Delta State, and the infrastructural development being carried out by his administration, all in an effort to transform Delta State.” Continuing, he noted that recent development has shown that Delta State will become a new Paris, if he is allowed to return, saying, “we call on all and sundry to support the actualization of the second term agenda of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, in Delta State so as to consolidate on the gains so far recorded.”

Also speaking at the enlarged meeting, one of the coordinators, Mr. Osondu Odia, stated that Governor Okowa, had made good his SMART Agenda and listed areas where the governor has recorded success to include; Job Creation, Youth Empowerment, Infrastructural Development, Human Capacity building, Health for all Deltans and massive road constructions across the three senatorial districts in the state.

The group while passing a vote of confidence on the governor, “for his marvelous works especially in road constructions across the state;” also noted that the mission to bring Governor Okowa back for a second term could only be achieved through the Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC).

While advising the gathering, Dr. Chris Okobah, urged them at the grassroot to keep and safeguard their PVC and don’t forget to give Governor Okowa their votes, emphasizing that those that have not gotten their PVC, should go and register to enable them vote for the continuity of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.



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