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Idiovwa Congratulates Oborevwori
L-R: Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori and Michael Idiovwa.

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Supreme Court: Former State Assembly Candidate, Idiovwa Congratulates Oborevwori on victory


Chieftain and former House of Assembly candidate, Ughelli North Constituency I, under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Delta state, Mr. Michael Elijah Idiovwa, has congratulated the Delta state Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori on his victory at the Supreme Court.

In a congratulatory message signed by Mr. Michael Idiovwa said Governor Oborevwori victory at the Supreme Court is a indication of the mandate given to him by Deltans during the March 2023 governorship election.

While congratulating Governor ,Oborevwori, Mr. Idiovwa said the Supreme Court victory has brought a final end to the legal battle the governor has been facing from the primary to the governorship election where he emerged as governor of the state.

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He described the victory of Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori at the Supreme Court as a huge one not only for PDP family but for all Deltans, adding that the victory will further enhance on the More Agenda of this administration that has started on a sound note.

Idiovwa explained that the jubilation across the state is a testament of the fact that Governor Oborevwori’s administration is well accepted by all Deltans hence the celebration knows no boundaries when the news of his victory filtered into every part of the state.

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He, on behalf of his family and supporters in Ughelli North Constituency 1, congratulates Governor Oborevwori on his victory at the Supreme Court, saying that the state will now experience rapid development.


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