BIRTHDAY: MEMBER REPRESENTING WARRI FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY, EREYITOMI CONGRATULATES IBORI AT 61
The member representing Warri Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Chief Thomas Ereyitomi (JP) has congratulated His Excellency Chief James Ibori former governor of Delta State from 1999 to 2007 on the occasion of his 61 birthday celebration Sunday August 4, 2019.
Chief Ereyitomi extolled Chief Ibori’s political leadership as highly phenomenal which has brought massive and colossal transformation to Delta State development, spanning true human development, capacity as well as given birth to so many political sons and daughters in and across the state.
The Warri Federal Constituency Representatives at the Green Chamber, lauded Chief Ibori’s love for Delta state, describing him as someone who believes in true fiscal federalism of Nigeria and also spearheaded the struggle for resource control in the country during his years as governor of Delta state.
Hon Ereyitomi enjoined Warri Federal Constituency people to join him to pray for His Excellency, Chief James Ibori, for long life, good health and for God to give him strength to sustain his services to humanity.
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