Okowa calls on authors to be encouraged
Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has enjoined prominent Nigerians to unveil three books, saying that it was important for books to impact on the society.
The Governor said this when books authored by Ambassador Solomon Okowa were unveiled in Asaba and they include, “The Mirror of God/This Is Who I Am,” “Tears Of Power” and “Saved For A Purpose.” yesterday
Olorogun John Oguma was the Chairman of the occasion which was attended by representatives of the Chairman of Rainoil Limited, Chief Gabriel Ugbechie, President of the Urhobo Progress Union, Olorogun Moses Taiga, among others.
According to Governor, it is important for authors of books that impacts on the society to be encouraged, stating that he was excited with the success his brother, Ambassador Solomon Okowa has made in the literary scene.
He emphasized, “I am confident that the books will impact on the society.”
Chairman of the occasion, Olorogun Oguma called on the youths to utilize their talents to build lasting legacies for themselves, saying that they should shun beggarly activities.
Chief Oguma stated that the youths will have a brighter future if their youthful age was utilized in meaningful ventures that will sustain them in the future.
The author, Ambassador Okowa had in an address, said the “book launch is for the development of a centre for strategic empowerment and transformation -SET Centre which is an auditorium of at least 1000 persons capacity for transformational speaking, using entertainment medium as a source of attracting people to come and hear the strategic and reformational word of truth for empowerment to enable the manifestation of transformation in their lives.”
Earlier, Governor Okowa, accompanied by his wife, Dame Okowa attended a thanksgiving service in honour of Ambassador Okowa at the Dominion City Ministry, Asaba.
The service was to thank God for saving Ambassador Okowa’s life in an accident.
Governor Okowa at the service, called on Christians to continuously pray for the state and the nation.
High point of the occasion was the presentation of awards to deserving members of the public.
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