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Delta Renaissance Network Congratulates Johnson Erijo On Appointment As CoS To Gov Oborevwori



Prince Johnson Erijo

The group, Delta Reinansance Network (DRN), has congratulated Hon . Prince Johnson Erijo on his well-deserved appointment as the Chief of Staff to the Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori.

DRN, is an affiliate of the Delta state PDP Campaign Council with a grassroot canvassing political network of a very robust grassroot followership in all the wards of all LGAs in the State.

The group, in a statement thanked the Executive Governor of Delta state, Rt. Hon.Elder Sheriff F. O. Oborevwori for deeming Hon. (Prince) Johnson Erijo worthy of the appointment.


In a communique made available to newsmen by the association’s Head of Media and Publicity, Prince Enahoro Erijoh and signed by its Chairman, Odio-Igho Amos Akorue Okoro JP and Secretary General, Dr. Michael Otuloho Erigi, the political pressure group, posited that Hon. (Prince) Johnson Erijo, whose last appointment in the just concluded administration of Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, was the Special Adviser to the Governor on Project Monitoring and Implementation is reputed for his insistence on project delivery on specification.

According to the group, “Prince Johnson Erijo, a product of the prestigious Government College Ughelli and a graduate of the University of Calabar and a post graduate of the Delta State University Abraka, in Political Science, a pioneer founding member of PDP in Delta state, a four time former ranking member of the Delta State House of Assembly that rose to become the Deputy Majority Leader of the 6th Assembly of the DTHA, an accomplished businessman, a phylanthropist, is sure to come with alot of political experience and charisma to guide the administration of His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Sherrif F.O. Oborevwori .

“Once again, DRN congratulates you on this appointment and it is our earnest prayer that the Almighty God grant you the required strength and wisdom for the task ahead”, the statement reads.

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