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Chief Ijeh Felicitates with Governor Oborevwori at 60


The Ide of Okwe Community, Chief Dr. Darlington Nnamdi Ijeh has conveyed the felicitations of his family and that of Okwe people on the occasion of the 60th birthday of the state governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori.

Congratulating Oborevwori who turns 60 years on Monday, June 19, Chief Ijeh highlighted the sterling qualities of the governor while as Speaker of the state assembly, urging him to replicate same in his new position.

The birthday message personally signed by him, reads below.

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“On behalf of my family, the good people of Okwe community and the entire Oshimili South Local Government Area, I felicitate with you today as you step into the sixth floor.

Ijeh Celebrates Oborevwori on 60th Birthday

“Your leadership during the 6th and 7th Assembly as the longest serving Speaker in the anals of the Delta State House of Assembly, was not a coincidence but due to your doggedness and resilience as the Speaker, which we trust you will again bring to bear as you pilot the affairs of this Great State.

“We are confident that Delta State is poised to experience unprecedented development through the M.O.R.E Agenda under your Administration.

“Once again, Happy sixtieth birthday to the people’s Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborovwori the Executive Governor of Delta State.

Signed: 

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Hon. High Chief Dr. Darlington Nnamdi Ijeh, The Ide of Okwe Community.


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