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Political Appointees Forum Lauds Gov. Oborevwori For Devt Strides

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Political Appointees Forum Lauds Gov. Oborevwori For Devt Strides

THE Ughelli North Political Appointees Forum has lauded Governor Sheriff Oborevwori for the various developmental projects he has embarked upon in Ughelli North Local Government Area and other parts of the state.

The forum also expressed appreciation to the Governor for appointing people from the local government area into various positions in his administration.

Speaking at a meeting of the forum held in Agbarha-Otor on Sunday, Chairman of the body, Olorogun Jaro Egbo said the Governor was leaving no stone unturned in his determination to advance the state through the vigorous pursuit of his MORE Agende.

He said: “Our Governor, as we can see is doing very well and has demonstrated his preparedness to put smiles on the faces of Deltans irrespective of their political affiliations.”

Egbo said the people of Ughelli North are happy with the love the Governor has been showing to them particularly with the various projects being executed by his administration.

He listed some of the ongoing projects in the area to include; the construction of Uduere Road, Okogbe Road, Friday Erue Road, Oke Street, Agadama Road and Okan/Agbarho Road amongst others.

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He urged the people to continue to give their unflinching support to the Governor in his quest to take the state to enviable heights.

Others who attended the meeting hosted by Aduvie Ovwreghederohwo are; Hon Charles Oniyere, Dr Chris Oharisi, Olorogun Festus Ahon, Mr Kelly Oghenekevwe, Mr Sylvester Ovbije, Pastor Goodluck Unuavworho, Mrs Gladys Agbah, Barr Clement Osieta, Chief Tony Kpuwhara, Mr Kayoma Osawota, Tuvie Akpoguma, and a host of others.

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