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Idumuje-Ugboko Monarch, Justin Chukwunonso Nwoko Receives Senator Peter Nwaoboshi
Idumuje-Ugboko Monarch, Justin Chukwunonso Nwoko Receives Senator Peter Nwaoboshi

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Senator Nwaoboshi’s Re-election Bid Gets Boost from Idumuje-Ugboko’s Monarch 


The Obi of Idumuje-Ugboko in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State, Justin Chukwunonso Nwoko IV, has enjoined the Senator representing Delta North in the Senate and Chairman, Senate committee on Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, to remain focused in working for the progress of Anioma nation.

Obi Nwoko, who gave the advice in his palace on Sunday, 20th May, 2018 when Senator Nwaoboshi visited him, commended the Senator for representing the district well.

The royal father of the ancient Idumuje-Ugboko Kingdom gave his royal blessings to the Federal Lawmaker and wished him well in all his endeavours.

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In his response, Senator Nwaoboshi said the visit was to interact and exchange views with the Idumuje-Ugboko Monarch.

Senator Nwaoboshi thanked Obi Nwoko for his support and assured the Traditional Ruler that he would work to improve the lives of his constituents.

The Senator commended the Obi and the community for the warmth reception, saying that he would continue to reach out to them.

He appreciated the Monarch for his prayers and blessings and said he had taken Idumuje-Ugboko  as his second home.

Nwaoboshi Visits Idumuje-Ugboko

Senator Nwaoboshi at the Palace of Idumuje-Ugboko’s Monarch

In his remarks on behalf of the community, Mr. Okey Ifejoku commended Senator Nwaoboshi for the visit and pledged the community’s support for him.

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He assured him of a rousing welcome any time he visits the community.


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