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- On May 24, 2020
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The Special Assistant to Senator Omo Agege on Political Matters, Mrs Blessing Ataguba, has commended the exemplary leadership of her principal.
In a statement issued and made available to newsmen in Abuja recently, Ataguba while addressing issue of the Covid 19 pandemic impact on the cushions of the palliative, described Senator Omo-Agege as a leader par excellent.
She said that, when it became evident that Covid-19 had metamorphosed into a pandemic and a new struggle between life and livelihood suddenly ensued, the DSP sprang into action with a bang! “He donated N85,000,000 cash to be shared N5,000 to at least 17000 old, vulnerable, sick, or otherwise weak constituents in Delta Central. He wanted our people to determine what to do with the money instead of buying fanciful items that won’t make meaning to all persons at the same time”
According to her, to execute the purpose of the donation, he carefully assembled a responsible, competent and incorruptible group of young leaders to deliver his message directly to the people without any compromise on their brief. Today, everywhere in Urhoboland and Delta Central is aglow with joyful reactions from grateful recipients of the donation that are chosen at random and without partisan considerations or other such sentiments.
She said that, the DSP’s Covid-19 palliative is obviously not meant for partisan political gains hence it has zero ting of party control. It is essentially a philanthropic and humanitarian gesture. However, it should count for something significant in the political realm. Our people will surely remember someday on their way to choosing leaders that there is a good man called Senator Ovie Omo-Agege who remembers those who periodic and fruitless politicians love to forget in haste..