CHIEF DR E.K. CLARK GALVANIZE SUPPORT 4 OKOWA HOLDS ONE DAY PUBLIC LECTURE THEME “ ENSURING FREE, FAIR AND CREDIBLE ELECTIONS AS A PANACEA TO A STABLE/STRONG DELTA STATE AT THE GOVERNMENT HOUSE ANNEX EDJEBA WARRI

At a well attended public Lecture in the Government House Annex Warri on Wednesday 6th Febuary chaired by the erudite Prof. Sam Oyovbaire participants from different ethnic nationalities , various women groups, the Chief Dr E. K. Support Group for OKOWA marshaled out the achievements of the Sen Dr Ifeanyi Okowa led achievements to an audience that had an overflowing participation to the point that the hall of the Government House Annex lacked the space to accommodate.

The lecture was indeed an unforgettable experience as another erudite Prof in person of Prof G.G. Darah was the guest speaker who opened the eyes of the mammoth audience to various forms of election vices , manipulations and solution path to a Peaceful, Free, Fair and Credible election which in turn bring about massive development as we count down to the elections, he charged participants to be vigilant and proactive in coming out courageously to cast their vote for Sen Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa our Governor ably represented by the Hon. Commissioner for Economic Planning Dr Kingsley Emu in the lecture.
The session had dignitaries and representatives from Ohaneze Ndigbo, Warri Elders Forum, representative of Olu, while the methuselah monarch HRM the Okhworode of Olomu kingdom was there with highly his esteemed physical presence.
Other dignitaries that graced the occasion are Alawei Brodricks Bozimor frmr Minister for Police Affair, High Chief Ikpuri from Edjeba , Chief Saliba Umukoro, Special Adviser Security, Capt Pius Sinebe ( frmr Delta State PDP Chairman )who stood in for the Ijaw world wide leader Chief Dr Edwin Kiagbodo Clark, Chief Okumagba, Mrs Adowei ( immediate past Delta State PDP Woman Leader ), Hon. Chief Ebikeme Clark ( immediate past Burutu lg council Cman/ SSA to the Governor on Youth Mentoring ) , Hon. Godwin Masah Special Assistant to the Governor on Political Matters who led the Ngbilebiri 2 Ward 8 Integrity group Kiagbodo to the lecture , Cman Non-Indigene Warri and Special Assistant to the Governor on Non-Indigene Chief Francis and a host of other top government functionaries including civil society groups.
High point of the lecture was the question and answer session coordinated by Chief Abugo Special Assistant to the Governor on community relations while the national patron coordinator/chairman of the body Chief Simeon Efenudu ( frmr SSG/Head of Service Delta state ) thanked everyone for gracing the occasion while the participants adopted the Governor as their sole candidate and endorsed him for a second term in office while agreeing that we must all go beyond the rhetorics of lip support by urging speedy collection of uncollected Permanent Voters Card ( PVC ) and encouraging our neighbors to come out early enough to cast their votes and be around to ensure that their votes are counted, recorded and properly transmitted.
The Governor speaking through the Hon. Commissioner for Economic Planning promised to do more by consolidating on his good works without any selective distribution of the dividends of democracy across board.
The Governor further thanked the E.K. CLARK Solidarity Group for Okowa for their support, love and sacrifice.
Courtesy…
Hon. G. Masah
S.A. Political

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