PDP Chieftain Krifagha congratulates new Delta governor, Sheriff Oborevwori

-By Hàrrison Akamule:

Executive member , Delta State Chapter of People’s Democratic Party ( PDP) Hon. Trophy Krifagha congratulates the newly sworn Delta State governor , His Excellency Sheriff Oborevwori, saying Governor Sheriffs heart of neighborliness attitude provides the platform for him becoming Governor

Speaking shortly after the swearing in Asaba via telephone interview, Hon. Krifagha said the new Governor has always been a committed member of the PDP , has respect for the party leadership.

According to him, the new governor is trusted, therefore, he urged people of Delta State to give him all support and encouragement to enable him fulfill in his MORE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA for Deltans irrespective of their positions.

He described the new governor as an embodiment of peace, love, humility, wisdom and understanding whom depth knowledge and experience of peculiarities of various ethnic groups and their needs unprecedented.

Krifagha noted that Deltans are in a safe hand, and He asked God to give the new governor enablement to succeed in responsibility to Deltans.

Hon. Krifagha also thanked God for successfully guided the former governor of Delta State Senator Ifeanyi Okowa to have piloted the affairs of Delta State without crises, ill feelings from any quarters, and handed over the state peacefully to new administration.

He pointed out that Senator Ifeanyi Okowa’s massive contributions in terms of people oriented development would further serve as a guide to the new government. He stressed that Senator Okowa strengthened the PDP and the party family throughout his eight years.

Krifagha prayed God should continue to strengthen him and give him and family his good health, peace as he continued to render quality service to humanity.

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