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Ukodhiko salutes Gov. Oborevwori at 61 ~ Truth Reporters

Member representing Isoko North/South Federal Constituency at the National Assembly, Hon. Jonathan Ukodhiko, has felicitated with the Governor of Delta State, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, on his 61st birth anniversary, on June 19, 2024.

The House of Representatives member in a statement, described Governor Oborevwori as a caring leader and outstanding patriot who has demonstrated remarkable commitment to enhanced peace, improved security, and sustainable development of Delta State.

According to the Isoko federal lawmaker, Rt. Hon. Oborevwori has displayed indomitable spirit, perseverance, and administrative sagacity as manifested in his spectacular records in good governance through his M.O.R.E Agenda he boldly implements as Governor.

“Your Excellency, an appraisal of your interventions across the length and breath of our Delta State clearly show that you have performed even beyond the expectations of Deltans and non-Deltans in one year in office as Governor. And Isoko-nation bears imprints of your developmental strides.

“You’re fair, inclusive and honest as the people’s Governor, who has improved physical infrastructures, through rehabilitations and constructions of educational institutions, hospitals, roads and bridges in the State just as you have recorded giant stride in human capital development.”

Hon. Ukodhiko said, “On behalf of my family, leaders and people of Isoko North/South Federal Constituency, I felicitate with you, our amiable Governor, a promise keeper, patriot and our worthy son-in-law, His Excellency, Rt. Hon. (Elder) Sherrif Francis Orohwedor Oborevwori, on your 61st birth anniversary. 

“Your Excellency, you’re a humane and visionary leader, who has been diligent in the acts of State public service and nation-building, having distinguished yourself in the legislature as a lawmaker and speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly and, now in the executive arm as a Governor.

“As you celebrate your 61st birth anniversary, I join your family, friends, well-wishers and People of our dear State to wish you more years in good health as you continue to strive to provide good governance and deliver on the aspirations and developmental needs of our people of the State.” Hon. Ukodhiko added.

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