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Governor Oborevwori Congratulates Olu of Warri at 40

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Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has congratulated the Olu of Warri Kingdom, Ogiame Atuwatse III, CFR, as he clocks 40 years on April 2.

Governor Oborevwori stated that since His Majesty ascended the throne of his ancestors, the Itsekiri nation has remained peaceful and welcoming to investors.

In a statement issued in Asaba by his Chief Press Secretary, Sir Festus Ahon, Governor Oborevwori, said Ogiame Atuwatse’s reign has immensely benefited the people of Warri Kingdom, Delta State and indeed the nation.

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“One thing that stands out is your royal bearing, which is evident in the impeccable way you have carried out your responsibilities and has continued to be a source of glory and pride for the traditional institution.

“On behalf of my family, the government and people of Delta State, I felicitate with your Royal Majesty, Atuwatse III, CFR, the Olu of Warri on the occasion of your 40th birth anniversary.

“You have exhibited excellent leadership since ascending the throne of your forebears by leading a moral life and serving as a source of inspiration and unity for your subjects,” Governor Oborevwori said.

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The governor prayed God to continue bestowing upon His Majesty health and wisdom so that he could lead the customary business of his kingdom and make significant contributions to the advancement of Delta State.

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