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Angela Nwaka
Member Representing Aniocha South Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon Angela Nwaka


Hon Nwaka Welcomes Ekweremadu, Okowa to Aniocha South 

As the State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa lead the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu to Aniocha South tomorrow to commission the Nsukwa-Ndemili road project, the Member Representing the Constituency in the State House of Assembly, Hon Angela Nwaka has enjoined constituents to turn out enmass to welcome the August visitors.

Speaking with Assembly Correspondents, after Thursday’s plenary of the house, Hon Nwaka said the people of her constituency are very happy over the development strides of Governor Okowa across the state.

The Lawmaker who is the Chairman, House Committee on Education stated that the people are particularly pleased with the Nsukwa-Ndemili road project in Aniocha South which has opened up the area for socio-economic transformation.

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While thanking Dr Okowa for the road project and other projects executed in Aniocha South by his administration, Hon Nwaka assured the Deputy Senate President and the Governor of a rousing welcome to the local government area which she described as a land of peace.

The Lawmaker charged the constituents to be part of the commissioning ceremony in further appreciation of the good work by the governor.

Hon Nwaka also assured of the irrevocable commitment of the people of Aniocha South to supporting the Okowa’s led administration.

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