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Oborevwori Extols Senator Joel-Onowakpo at 57

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Delta State Governor, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori, has congratulated Senator representing Delta South Senatorial District, Senator Joel-Onowakpo Thomas as he clocks 57 years on April 27.

In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sir Festus Ahon, Governor Oborevwori lauded the Accountant -turned- politician for his outstanding contributions to the growth and development of Delta State.

He said that Joel-Onowakpo, a former Chairman of Isoko South Local Government and former Chairman of the Delta State Board of Internal Revenue, made invaluable contributions to the growth and development of Delta State.

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The Governor said: “On behalf of my family, the government and people of Delta State, I congratulate you, my dear brother and Senator Representing Delta South Senatorial District, Senator Joel-Onowakpo Thomas, FCA, on the occasion of your 57th birth anniversary.

“In addition to your priceless and lasting contributions to the advancement of the country, you have consistently shown a strong commitment to serving humanity by being industrious, focused, and dedicated.”

Governor Oborevwori expressed optimism that Senator Joel-Onowakpo would contribute his quota towards advancing Delta to the enviable state of our dreams.

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He prayed God Almighty to guide, protect and grant Senator Joel-Onowakpo more fruitful years.

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