Mike Edegware Foundation Congratulates Gov Okowa @59

…commends his developmental strides as Governor of Delta State
By Grandball Joel 
The Chairman and Grand Patron of Mike Edegware Foundation, (MEF), High Chief (Barr) Mike Edegware has congratulated the Executive Governor of Delta State, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa on his 59th birthday, describing him as an embodiment of development.
Edegware, who is the Secretary to the Delta State Board of Internal Revenue, DBIR, said, the emergence of Okowa as the Governor of Delta State has transformed the state to a hub of economic growth and development.
The Civilian General cum legal Icon urged leaders at various level of governance in the country to emulate the Okowa example and to always resort to dialogue when dealing with issues, this way, there will be lasting solutions to the country’s prevailing problems.
“Leadership is a trust from God and it is about service to the people who elected you and God Almighty. I want to use this ample opportunity to call on Deltans and indeed all Nigerians to tolerate one another and live harmoniously.
“Governor Okowa has touched eventually every sector in the State in terms of infrastructural development and I am confident his administration will continue to identify with positive minded Deltans, especially the youths to move the to an enviable height.
“The Foundation is overwhelmingly happy with the performance of the Governor, His Excellency Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa and pledges her full support for his re-election come 2019.
“We are appealing to the good  people of Delta State to give full support to the workaholic Governor to further build on the existing peace in the state so as to achieve the goals of this administration.
The Edegware Foundation is using this occasion of the  governor’s birthday to call on all stakeholders to encourage the government to succeed in revamping all the sectors in the state. He added.
He concluded by wishing the Governor the very best in everything he does and many more blissful years to come.

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