Return Gov Okowa with your PVCs Edegware charges Isoko Nation 

By Advocate Newspaper,

 


Delta State Board of Internal Revenue Secretary, Chief Mike Edegware has charged the people of Isoko Nation to return the incumbent governor, Sen.Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa with their Permanent Voter’s Card PVCs, in the forthcoming general election in 2019.

 

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Speaking to newsmen, Edegware hinted that Okowa as a governor in Delta, has performed beyond expectations and the only way the Isoko people will reward him is to get their voters card and return him back to Government House.

 

 

 

He said, “The infrastructural development of governor Okowa across the three Senatorial Districts of the state and the appointment of Isoko sons and daughters into his executive is a clear indication that he meant well for Isoko and Deltans.

 

 

“The Smart Governor Okowa has through the YAGEP and STEP program engaged over 700 youths in the various fields of specialization which has made many to be self sufficient and the Isoko youths are not left out.

 

 

“He has touched every aspect in the state, the free education, free Maternal Healthcare program for pregnant women and children under 5 years of age are all testimony of his actions”.

 

 

He noted that, “His appointment cuts across all ethnicity in the state without biased. He is called the Road Master because of his dedication to link all communities in Delta state with motorable roads”.

 

 

 

Adding that, Sons and daughters of Isoko Nation are doing well in their various fields, ministries and department in this current administration taking the dividends of democracy to the grass roots.

 

 

 

Edegware stated that the completion and commissioning  of Isoko Unity House by the executive governor, shows the love he has for the Isoko Nation and to reciprocate that gesture is to vote and return him in 2019 general elections..

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