Ochor felicitate with Dame Okowa on birthday, likens her work to Mother Teresa 

By Unue Emeka,

Dame Edith Okowa

The Deputy Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Christopher Ochor Ochor had felicitated with the wife of the State Governor, Dame Edith Okowa on her birthday.

The Deputy Speaker extolled the first lady for her zeal of love towards the needy, and welfare of the general poor in the state, with her work using the 05 Initiative.

Ochor in a statement by his Press Secretary, Mr Emmanuel Enebeli on Monday, said Dame Okowa’s passion to help uplift lives of Deltans and non Deltans who have benefited from her medical outreach is unparalleled and has gone a long way to take care of the poor and elderly irrespective of religious or political affiliations.

Hon Ochor prayed that as she celebrates, she should not relent in her love for humanity, because it’s clear that God gave her the passion to attend to the sick, and elderly, which can be likened to works of Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

“Your passion to help uplift lives of Deltans and non Deltans through your medical outreach program, have helped the sick, and poor especially the elderly and those suffering from a.

“As you celebrates ma, we encourage you to continue, and not to relent in your passion to always help humanity, as your love for the welfare of man can only be compared to Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who was so passionate about uplifting the sick, the poor and the elderly to a better life.”

“Madam, I, my family and staff celebrate with you on this special occasion. We pray for God to continue to guide you, strengthen you, and empower you to always respond to the needy in the society. ”

 

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