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DSP Omo-Agege Steals PDP Show In Delta

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Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, deputy senate president was the cynosure of all eyes on Sunday when he made appearance in an event purely for chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Omo-Agege’s presence at the church Thanksgiving of Michael Diden, popularly known as Ejele got tongues wagging of his motives for fraternising with PDP chieftains barely few days after Governor Ifeanyi Okowa defeated his party’s governorship candidate, Chief Great Ogboru in a tribunal contest.

It was not clear how Ejele, a lightweight politician who was recently appointed Chairman of the Delta State Oil Producing Area Development Commission (DESOPADEC) became man of the moment for the deputy senate president to attend his event.

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The appearance of Omo-Agege in a mainly PDP function was first since he left the PDP some years ago.

The thanksgiving held at Mega Praise Church of Christ International, Sapele, on Sunday attracted the State Governor, Dr (Sen.) Ifeanyi Okowa, Deputy President of the Senate, Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege; National Assembly members, Senator James Manager, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, Speaker, Delta House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori and other top government, some federal lawmakers including Rev Francis Waive, Olorogun Bernard Okumagba, Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, Hon. Ndudi Elumelu among others.

At the event, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta,  urged political office holders to serve the people with their positions, saying they are accountable to the electorate.

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Okowa said that positions were to be used to serve God through rendering selfless service to the people.

“Any position we find ourselves is by the grace of God; if you have the privilege of holding a position, try to work for the people; wherever you do, remember there is God above who made your position possible,” the governor said. 

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