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Nigeria turns 61: Delta’s Connections Visible

However, from the Liaison’s perceptive, the next Governor of Delta State in the next dispensation should be a certified protege of the best incumbent Governor in Nigeria at 61

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Nigeria, the largest black Nation in the world is unarguably a country with vast potentials in all sectors and equipped with the best human, material and natural resources for excellent projection to an enviable world renowned status.

Considering the economic, political, religious and diverse challenges currently encountered, the high temperature necessary to fuse various constituent elements to project development and enhance better living, makes the process of compulsory refined reformation seemingly difficult to accomplish even when possible, especially in Delta State, regarding her complex and broad nature.

Time and time again, economic and developmental policies have been orchestrated by the administration of His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa, the Executive Governor of Delta State, bridging old and new energy systems of transformation resourcefully to match future opportunities for all Deltans and eliminate apprehensive tendencies towards retrogressive failure, going forward.

Chief James Augoye hails Nigeria at 61
Chief James Augoye

Responsively, this was done to effectively ensure that adequate development, poverty alleviation, power and energy boost, modern sophisticated security network, empowerment, employment and all positive vices of a first world developed State is achieved.

However, from the Liaison’s perceptive, the next Governor of Delta State in the next dispensation should be a certified protege of the best incumbent Governor in Nigeria at 61; Governor Okowa. This is relevant for the good works of our amiable Governor to be further enhanced and strengthened for new generations of Deltans to assimilate and imbibe the people’s brand of a prosperous Delta for all.

Hon. Chief James Augoye, a PDP grassroot politician, leader and two-time Commissioner for Works in Delta State under Governor Okowa is a solid bridge that can stand the test of time, connecting the present to the future in a quest to make Delta State the best, not only in Nigeria, but in Africa.

Great Independence Day Celebration to all Deltans and Nigerians!

#augoyeliaison

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