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Nigeria Is Struggling Because Of The Injustice In The Land – Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has come out to say that for Nigeria to really develop as a nation, the people must partner with the government.

The governor recently revealed this at a State Banquet in honour of retiring Chief Judge of the state, Justice Marshal Umukoro, on Saturdsy night in Government House, Asaba.

According to him, the relationship must be predicated on equity, fairness, justice because these qualities are absolutely important.

He added that Nigeria is in dissaray because of injustice and unfair treatments to some sections of the country, therefore something must be done to correct that.

His words, “You have heard a lot of narratives concerning the resolutions of the Southern Governors’ meeting here in Asaba, but I am happy that people are beginning to change their voices on the decisions taken.”

“It was in the best interest of the nation that we spoke because it is the best way to regain our nation.”

“It is my hope that Nigerians will realise that for us to truly develop and have the Nigeria of our dream there is need for a partnership based on equity, fairness and justice, and a partnership that realises that we are all equals.”

“I am truly very happy that we have been able to host this dinner in honour of our retiring Chief Judge who has served the state for 28 years and for six years as Chief Judge.”

“I am happy because for two occasions I was sworn in as Governor, he performed that role of administering oath of office on me.”

“I thank God that throughout his tenure in office we worked very closely and I had the full cooperation of both the legislature and the judiciary and if it had gone otherwise, I am sure we wouldn’t have been able to do what we have achieved.”

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