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Okowa commends women for role in judiciary, society


Okowa. Photo/facebook/IAOkowa/

Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday, commended women for their role in the judiciary, especially in the state, saying the state will do well in all aspects of governance and society.

Okowa, who said indigenes of the state were doing exploits in the country and all over the world, stressed that the era of training male children alone had long passed and urged parents to continue to train their female children, who were asserting themselves and doing well globally.

The governor spoke at the Gbagi Family Chapel in Oginibo, Ughelli South Council, during a thanksgiving service in honour of Justice Sybil Gbagi on her elevation as Justice of the Court of Appeal.


He said: “On behalf of the government and people of Delta, I congratulate our dear sister, Justice Sybil Gbagi, on her elevation to a higher office.

“We rejoice with you and your family, because your elevation as Justice of the Court of Appeal is a great feat and we thank God for the promotion.”

In his message, Bishop of Lagos Diocese, Anglican Communion, Reverend Humphrey Olumakaiye, described the celebrant as an honest, forthright, versatile, accomplished, multi-faceted, talented and balanced woman.

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