May Day: Oborevwori Felicitates With Workers, Says OKowa Is Workers Friendly Governor
The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has congratulated Nigerian workers on the occasion of the Labour Day Celebration.
In a Press Statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Dennis Otu, the Speaker specifically felicitated with all workers in Delta State, imploring them to continue to put in their best.
“I wish to Congratulate all workers in Delta State on this occasion of “Workers Day Celebration”. I want to use this opportunity to commend workers in the state for their dedication, Sacrifice, commitment and support for the state government”, he said.
According to the statement “As we mark yet another “Workers Day Celebration” I want to implore all workers in Delta State to continue to put in their best in order to move our dear state to enviable height. We must continue to remain dedicated to our duties and I am also using this occasion to commend the state governor, His Excellency Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa for his friendly nature to workers in the state. Our Governor is very friendly to workers and our workers should sustain the support for him, “he said.
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