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Gov. Okowa’s SSA, Amasuomo Gets Alumni Patron Award, Promises To Collectively Build The Association In Izisco Obos Institute Of Maritime Studies, Warri [Photos]

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Hon. Ebisinne Kofee Amasuomo, Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Executive Governor of Delta State, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa on Investment has been awarded with a Certificate as Patron of the Alumni Association of Izisco Obos Institute Of Maritime Studies and Technology.

Amasuomo who has been a grassroot politician and business magnet received the award on Friday in Warri at the inaugural ceremony held at the school premises.

Chief Capt. Isaac Oyazi Seide, CEO/President, Izisco Group of Companies) appreciated Amasuomo whom he said was very pivotal to the actualization and registration of the school with the federal government through the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASSA).

According to Chief Isaac, the award is to honour the recipient for his contributions towards the development of Izisco Obos Institute Of Maritime Studies and Technology.

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Speaking shortly after receiving the award, Amasuomo said:

“I’m most honoured with this award to be a patron of such a revered organisation.

“I want to thank the school management and Alumni for finding me worthy to function in such an elevated office.

“Izisco Obos Institute Of Maritime Studies and Technology is one of the few maritime schools recognized by the government.

“Izisco has qualified lecturers and very ethical standard educational system that has produced a lot of sound graduates who excel in their chosen disciplines in life.

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“I’m very happy to have identified with this school and having the Alumni here is an edge for the school to add its appendix of excellence.

“Though, it’s another opportunity to serve and I will by the grace of God contribute my quota to building a Alumni to its needed feat in this school”, he added.

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