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Published On: Thu, Jul 9th, 2020

Despite political divided, political leaders owe Nigeria duty – Omo-Agege says

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By Musa Adamu

The Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, has reminded political leaders that irrespective of their political affiliations and division, they all owe Nigeria a common duty of working for her interest and progress.
In a congratulatory message issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Yomi Odunuga, to mark the 61st birthday of the Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, Omo-Agege said with cooperation and good governance, Delta is on the way towards sustainable development and wealth creation in the best interest of the entire people of Delta State.
“With cooperation and keen focus on development, political leaders in Delta State have the capacity to improve citizens’ lives and achieve a paradigm shift that would move the state forward”, Omo-Agege said.
In the congratulatory message, Senator Omo-Agege lauded the governor and prayed for God to sustain his good health.
“The Deputy Senate President emphasized that irrespective of political divides, all leaders in Delta State and all parts of the federation have a common duty to work together in Nigeria’s best interest.
“Today, as Governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa celebrates his 61st birthday, I join family, admirers and well-wishers across Delta State, the Niger Delta geo-political zone and various parts of the Federation in wishing him many more fulfilling years ahead.
“I also pray that God will further inspire us all – irrespective of divergent political affiliations – to find cause to continue working together towards enhancing the rapid development of our state and the nation. May God grant Governor Okowa further inspiration and greater wisdom towards achieving lasting positive impact,” he stated.

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