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Ethiope West agog, as Omo-Agege empowers 600 women with over N12m

The All progressive Congress (APC) Senator, weekend gave out N20,000 each to 600 women from Jesse, Mosogar and Oghara at the party secretariat, noted that it would be unfair not to come back to appreciate the women for supporting him during the 2015 election.


By Atavure Princess,


Ethiope West local government area, Delta State, was agog as the senator representing Delta Central Senatorial District; Senator Ovie Omo-Agege weekend continued his empowerment programme as he gave out N12million to market women and party women.

Revd. Fraincis Waive, praying during Senator Ovie Omo-Agege’s empowerment programme at Ethiope West LGA, Delta State.

The All progressive Congress (APC) Senator, weekend gave out N20,000 each to 600 women from Jesse, Mosogar and Oghara at the party secretariat, noted that it would be unfair not to come back to appreciate the women for supporting him during the 2015 election.

Recall that Sen. Omo-Agege flagged off his empowerment programme at Ughelli on, Saturday July 8th, 2017 to show his appreciation to the people of Delta Central for voting for him in the last election and for standing by him till he regained his mandate in the court.

The joyful women, reaffirmed their support for Senator Omo-Agege, pledging their cast their vote for him come 2019 senatorial election, even as they prayed God to sustain him at the National Assembly.

The APC State Deputy Chairman, Olorogun Cyril Ogodo who accompanied Senator Omo-Agege to Oghara, told the people of Ethiope West that they have no better choice other than Senator Ovie Omo-Agege come 2019 senatorial election.

Other party leaders at the empowerment programme includes, Olorogun Adelabu Bodjor, Chief Abijor Hope, Engr Abraham Bobor, Hon Kelly Edewor, Mr Save Agoda,  Hon. Stephen Egbevwe, Hon Stanley Boss, Hon Jefferson Emeje, Hon Victor Akpoyibo and the host of others.

 

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