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The Deputy Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Friday Ossai Osanebi has in Kwale on Sunday, 30th April, 2017, during a thanksgiving service, empowered ten market women.
Osanebi joined the Commissioner representing Ndokwa ethnic nationality on the board of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission ( DESOPADEC), Nnamdi Ezechi in a thanksgiving service at the Omega Fire Ministries, Kwale for dedication of his new born baby.
The women in their number, had gathered to rejoice with the commissioner and also with enthusiasm to receive the empowerment master, Rt. Hon. Friday Osanebi, who has it as a culture to empower women, whenever he sees them in public functions.
Osanebi noted that the gesture was in line with Governor Okowa’s total commitment to the prosperity of all Deltans; as he gave cheques of tens and hundreds of thousands to the women that were picked randomly by the Delta North PDP Chairman, Moses Iduh.
He told them to make judicious use of the funds to inject life into their businesses to ensure that their families and society get the benefit of the state government’s prosperity mandate.
The women thanked God for ordering their steps aright and also prayed for the deputy speaker. The women include: Joy Udogwu, Ngozi Uzor, Esther Ebefizu , Chukwuma Josphine, Charity Izu and Dorathy Azuka. Other are : Caroline Ossai, Florence Ogbolu, Mee Odili and Okolo Tina.
Some of the dignitaries that graced the occasion included directors and commissioners of DESOPADEC, traditional rulers, Special Advisers to the Delta State Governor, party leaders and other government functionaries.