Jifas Ogbon Commends Okowa For Dissolving SEC


…..urges the governor to continue engaging the youths in governance


Chieftain of the People Democratic Party (PDP), Special Assistant to the Governor, on Youth Development, Prince Sony Jifas Ogbon (JP) has commended His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa, the governor of Delta State for taking the right step at the right time in dissolving the State Executive Council and other notable appointments made two years ago.

Speaking to newsmen after the announcement of the dissolution, the high Prince, described the governor’s action as a welcomed development. At least new set of person’s  may be appointed to spread the dividends of democracy to others.


He described Gov. Okowa as the Ekweme of Africa who has the interests of all Deltans at heart. Speaking further, he said Gov. Okowa is a seasoned and astute politician with embodiment of experience, a trailblazer, a true progressive selfless leader, a man of honour, very articulate on numerous issues, devoid of any atom of a domineering attitude, whose proven track records in governance are unparalleled. He praised his doggedness and approach to sensitive issues affecting the State.

To him, the dissolution is in line with the governor’s promise to spread the dividends of democracy to all Deltans. The out gone members of the State Executive Council have served judiciously and also tasted the juicy parts of the government. It is therefore proper to give others, especially the youths opportunity to serve and showcase their skills in governance. He urged the governor to continue engaging the youths in governance to reduce youths restiveness and other vices.

He also use the medium to commend the governor in the manner he pilots the affairs of South South region, especially, putting in his endless efforts in ensuring massive development of the region.

Omamuzo Efidhere

Omamuzo Efidhere is a registered member of the Nigerian Union of Journalist


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