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The Chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party PDP in Ndokwa Nation and Delta State PDP Deputy Governorship Candidate Sir Monday Onyeme has congratulated the former Governor of Delta State, His Excellency, Chief James Onanefe Ibori on the auspicious occasion of his 64th birthday anniversary today August 4, 2022.
Onyeme in his congratulatory message today extolled Chief James Ibori’s Outstanding contributions towards the growth and development of the state describing him as a political Icon, a leader of Impeccable value and a champion of resource control.
While Congratulating Chief James Ibori on his birthday anniversary, he applauded the Political Prowess and the excellent leadership style of Chief Ibori, describing him as a political colossus, bridge builder, a pace-setter and an excellent administrator whose legacies cannot be forgotten in a hurry.
“As a former Governor of Delta State and an enthusiastic leader , you have not only contributed towards both human capital development and Infrastructural Development of the State but you also built bridges of unity among the diverse ethnic groups in the state,”
“As you deservedly celebrate your 64th birthday anniversary today, it is my prayer that the Almighty God will continue to grant you robust health, even as he guides, guards and prosper you in many more years ahead,” he added
“On behalf of my family and the good people of Onicha-Ukwuani community , I congratulate you on the auspicious occasion of your 64th birthday celebration. May the years ahead of you be more glorious than the years Past IJN Amen
“I join your family, friends, well-wishers, political associates in celebrating you on this special day of your 64th birthday anniversary,” Onyeme stated.
From The Desk Of Mr Wilson Osemele
Aide To Monday Onyeme