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By Ajirioghene Oreh
The People’s Democratic Party House of Representatives Candidate for Isoko Federal Constituency, Engr Jonathan Ukodhiko has felicitated with the Secretary, Delta State Board of Internal Revenue Service, Chief Mike Edegware on his 64th birth anniversary.
Ukodhiko described Edegware in a goodwill message he issued on Monday at his hometown , Otor-Igho as “one of Isoko brightest legal practitioners, astute public administrators and a refined politician of repute”.
According to him, “You’re a worthy son of Isoko and we are proud of your sterling performance and achievements as a lawyer and administrator in more than two decades.
“I must commend you for your level of integrity, patriotism and professionalism been displayed as the Secretary of the State Revenue Board, seeing to tax collection and administration system, meeting up revenue target in the State“
“Of particularly impacting is your training as a lawyer which is evident in the legal and regulatory frameworks, human capital capacity, enlightenment and social inclusion, and value for money for optimal performances of State Revenue Board “
“As a Senior legal practitioner, you have contributed to legal profession in Isoko as an inspiring elder and enabler of the Oleh Branch of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA).
The former Delta Energy Commissioner, Engr Ukodhiko equally applauded Chief Edegware for his immense contributions to the growth and development of the Isoko nation, especially his commitment to human capital development.
“On behalf of my family, friends and political associates of Isoko Federal Constituency, we pray to God Almighty to continually strengthen the renowned lawyer and administrator, Chief Mike Edegware as he turns 64 years today,” Ukodhiko added.