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Delta North monarchs hail Oborevwori, Onyeme over election victory

By Tomiwa Ajibola
29 March 2023   |   3:14 am
Delta North monarchs have sent congratulatory message to the Delta State Governor-elect and Speaker of the state Assembly, Sheriff Oborevwori, and his Deputy, Monday Onyeme, on their victory at the just concluded governorship and state House of Assembly elections.

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Delta North monarchs have sent congratulatory message to the Delta State Governor-elect and Speaker of the state Assembly, Sheriff Oborevwori, and his Deputy, Monday Onyeme, on their victory at the just concluded governorship and state House of Assembly elections.

The monarchs, under the aegis of Delta North Traditional Rulers Forum, said the victory was not only resounding, but also well deserved in view of the political events that heralded the general elections and the keen nature of the electoral context.

The monarchs in a five-point communiqué read by its Chairman and Obi of Owa, Dr. Emmanuel Efeizomor 11, charged the governor-elect and his deputy to be magnanimous in victory and urged the losers to accept defeat in good faith.

The monarchs also congratulated other victorious contestants in the House of Assembly elections and urged them to use their good offices to improve on the lots of Delta citizens.

He commended Delta North for voting for Oborewori, describing it as an expression of appreciation and love for the Okowa administration.

‘’We want to specially thank the people of Anioma for rising to the occasion and securing victory for Deltans and we say thank you to our people of Anioma extraction.’’

The royal fathers noted the outstanding performance of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa in managing the affairs of Delta State, adding that he had raised the bar in governance, which his successor and governor-elect have been prepared to to maintain.

‘’We are of the firm belief that with Oborevwore at the helm of affairs in Delta State, citizens will be in for more dividends of democracy as Senator Okowa has left indelible foot prints in the sands of time,” they added.