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Umutu Youth Congress Commends Okowa’s Government By John Onos

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The Umutu Youth Congress (UYC) has commended the Delta State Governor, His Excellency, Sen. (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa over his giant strides in ensuring that he keeps to his campaign promises of “Prosperity for all Deltans” in spite of the recession that is besieging the country, even as they called on Deltans to be more patient with the state government.

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This commendation was made by the UYC President, Snr. Comr. Ochor Felix (JP) while hosting an enlarged meeting of the community youths in Umutu recently.
He noted that the Okowa led-government has done a lot in the areas of infrastructural development, human capital development, security, improved healthcare services amongst others in the state.

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Comr. Ochor who is popularly known as (Ibori) noted that despite the current hardship plaguing Nigerians, Deltans should be patient with Governor Okowa who he described as “a democratic leader with proven track records of excellence in governance.”

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The government of the day needs the understanding of every Deltan because things will soon take shape and a new song will be in the mouth of all Deltans, he
added.

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According to him, Governor Okowa is a man of his words, saying that, “personally, I have faith in the campaign promises of this government and I believe that they will deliver. I know this because the Governor knows that Deltans had trust in him in 2015 when they voted massively for him.

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He stated that the Umutu Youth Congress is particularly happy with his administration because the Governor has repeatedly said that he will not work with Caretaker/Transition Committee in the various local government councils across the state and also that he does not have any anointed candidate.

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This he said will allow them as a people plan, strategize and make wise choices in picking our chairman and councilors.
Comr. Ochor however called on all intending aspirants in whatever capacity to shun the politics of bitterness, blackmail, backstabbing, and enmity.

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“Politicians should begin to see themselves as brothers and sisters and not enemies just because their interest differs; besides, politics is a game of interest that should not be achieved at the other person’s expense.
“I want the entire Umutu youths to remain united and true to our motto which is to make our community, Umutu a better place for one and all,” he enthused.

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