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Alubeze Rejoices With Okowa At 62, Lauds His Conscious Impact And Commitment To Good Governance

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The shouts and sounds of happy birthday plastering all walls of the state, the length and breadth of Delta State are painted with fascinating hues of celebrations as today marks the 62nd birth anniversary of
our amiable Governor.

It is in the above regard that Rt. Hon. Amb. Alubeze Asiaye Joseph, the immediate past Leader of Burutu Legislative Arm has joyously felicitated with his boss and Executive Governor of Delta State, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa.

Amb. Joseph, a people-oriented leader and grassroot politician noted in his birthday message that Governor Okowa has done well for Delta State in the areas of infrastructural development, human capital development and security.

Hon. Alubeze, who is a community builder in diverse areas has acknowledged that Okowa’s six years in office is nothing short of charade of development across Delta state, thereby giving sense of belonging to all Local Government Areas.

“I am most excited today being the recount of your birthday. I must say that your birth is a divine mission to fix things that are wrong within the nooks and crannies to give the state a face-lift in the aforementioned genres.

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As a leader, father, mentor and boss, you have done well in acting the purpose by which you were born, evident with projects and others litred across the state within the past six years of impacting governance.

On this Note, I and my numerous fans in Burutu LGA wish you good health, long life and everything good planet earth has to offer while you remain on bend to all promises made to Deltans before the elapse of your second term.”

Asiaye also added,”while you remain committed to the streak to add more projects to your already fascinating records as Governor of Delta State, may God protect you and endow you with more wisdom to finish stronger, happy birthday sir!”

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