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L-R: Hon. Ochor, Governor Okowa
L-R: Hon. Ochor, Governor Okowa


Ochor Felicitates With Okowa at 59

The Executive Director Social Services Development, Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC, Hon. Christopher Ochor Ochor, has congratulated the Executive Governor of the State, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, as he turns 59 years Sunday, July 2018.

In a message made available to the press, Hon. Ochor described the state governor as an epitome of encouragement to many as he had over the years, demonstrated his penchant to develop the society, and that will remain a remarkable landmark in the sand of time.

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Hon. Ochor said each passing year of the governor, he continues to leave for humanity, and the development of the communities around him, as this had earned him the name “Ekwueme”.

The Executive Director said that the governor’s development agenda since assuming office had been tremendous, and this goes with age and maturity in governance.

“Your administrative penchant had been great, as it’s shown in every economic and social project you had undertaken for the past years, which is now very evident in your running of the state.”

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“On behalf of my family, my political followers and groups, the people of Ukwuani, I congratulate you sir at the occasion of your birthday on July 8, 2018”.

“I join your family, friends and well-wishers to thank Almighty God for your life and to pray that He continues to bless you with robust health and imbue you with His continued guidance, protection, and enduring provision.”

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