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Waive calls on group to drop media abuse against Omo-Agege
By Ode Williams
The member representing Ughelli North, South and Udu federal constituency in the federal house of representatives, Rt.Hon. Rev. Francis Ejiroghene Waive has called on civil coalitions group and youths to drop their media abuse against the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, a Senator representing Delta Central Senatorial District at the 9th senate,
Waive while addressing the newsmen recently at Abuja, said, ‘I just can’t be quiet when I see detractors working hard to destroy our own”.
The lawmaker expressed that, “No ethnic nationality in this country engages in fighting her top government functionaries, the Almighty God has blessed us for the first time in history with someone at the top in the federal government. We must not allow miscreants to rubbish our blessing for any reason”.
He called on our leaders to reach out to these fifth columnists and their sponsors individually and stop this madness.
He pleaded that, all distractions must stop forthwith to enable our people derive the maximum benefits from his position and we must look beyond individual benefits and grudges to the common and greater good of us all.
He therefore called on Senator Omo Agege to overlook the noise of the mischief makers and concentrate on his divine assignment for the people, saying such is the prize rare men called for such a time as this have to pay. He assured him of his continued support, prayers and goodwill as he continues to work for the people.