By Harrison Akamule
The governor of Delta State, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa has made the state worthy place for all its citizens, a state that is now a shining light throughout the whole country and the continent of Africa.
Speaking to newsmen in Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha South Local Government, Delta State, the President-General of Concerned Citizens of Nigeria and Overseas, Chief Andrew Okocha stated that, the Senator Okowa has given inspiration far beyond its frontiers by dedicating himself to unselfish service to humanity.
Chief Okocha said, apart from the numerous people-oriented infrastructural development across the state, the unprecedented successful hosting of the African Senior Athletics Championships, Asaba 2018, was a feat that has translated the state into higher pedestrian in the comity states.
He pointed out that, since the governor’s resumption of office, he has taken the welfare of the people as his chief pride, saying that the governor is in the process of establishing a society in which men and women will have no anxiety about work, food and shelter; where poverty and illiteracy no longer exist and where disease is brought under control.
Chief Okocha disclosed that due to Okowa’s excellent performance, Concerned Citizens of Nigeria and Overseas endorsed him for the second term bid. And asked all sons and daughters of Delta North to massively support the governor’s ambition’s come 2019, saying, it is an opportunity that we should not allow to slip off our hands.
Chief Okocha also appealed to the governor to critical look into the Asaba Ogwashi-Uku roads, properly inclusion of Delta North to benefit in DESOPADEC projects, and do something about the 19 uncompleted projects in Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha South Local Government Area.
Chief Okocha urged aspirants and the people to assess themselves of their political aspirations in love, unity, peace and progress without strives. He therefore thanked them for their continued support and understanding for the governor and the citizenry of the Delta North, the state and Nigeria in general.