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Owhefere resumes as Delta Assembly House Leader

Suspended Majority Leader of the Delta State House of Assembly Hon. Tim Owhefere Today resumed legislative duties maintaining his House leadership position as affirmed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The member representing Isoko North State Constituency who actively part took in the day’s business was all full of smiles and appreciation.

Responding on the Speaker’s call for Any Statement by the Leader, Hon. Owhefere took to the floor of the House to express his gratitude to his colleaguhes for prevailing on his situation.

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“Let me use this opportunity to thank my colleagues for graciously using their minds of God to return me from suspension and allowing me to resume my sit as the Leader of this House.

Mr. Speaker, my distinguished colleagues, I wish to particularly thank my brother, Hon. Prince Johnson Erijo for his show of love and maturity in handling the matter during war, all through the siege we were in contact. He made sure that it didn’t bring any division either here or back home in our politics in Isoko land. So I want to thank him so much.

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And to all my colleagues, I want to assure that I redouble my effort to serve this House in line with the rules of this House.

Once again, I want to thank you and congratulate you Mr. Speaker that while I was away your emergence was welcome and I am praying in my heart too that you do have a successful tenure.”

It will recalled that the Majority Leader who was slammed with a Three Months Suspension in the wake of the impeachment of former Speaker Rt. Hon. Monday Igbuya, was yesterday pardoned and called back to Legislative duties after two weeks of the suspension period.

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