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Breaking: Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa Sacks female Aid for supporting Peter Obi [video]


A female Obidient, and an Assistant to the Delta State Commissioner for for Project Monitoring/Audit, Awin Atare has been sacked for supporting Mr. Peter Obi.

Her sack letter signed by Chief Anthony Onoriode Ofoni Honouràble Commissioner reads partly:


“I wish to inform you, of your disengagement as Special Assistant Technical Aide to
my office as the Delta State Commissioner for Project Monitoring/Audit”.

“This decision became of necessary owning to your well publicized opinions on the
policies and programs of the Delta State Government and PDP at large, which are
in contradiction to what the State Government had achieved in the last 7years”.

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“As a Commissioner and member of the State Executive Council, I wish to distance
myself from the opinions you expressed on your platforms, as it does not
represent my stand on the performance of senator Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa
administration which has been well credited for the overall transformation in the
State by way of giant strides in infrastructure, social development, job creation,
wealth creation and the overall development across the State”.

“This disengagement, is with immediate effect, I therefore, wish you well in your
future political endeavours”

Meanwhile, in a reaction, a Labor Party Chieftain, Harrison Gwamnishu assured Awin Atare that “On behalf of Obidient Deltans, I sympathise with you over your SACK for speaking TRUTH TO POWER”.

“We will soon get there where everyone will be proud of Governance and never be scared to Soro Soke” he concluded

Meanwhile, below are photos of her Facebook posts that provoked Delta State Governor and her subsequent sack from office.

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Her sack letter
Her sack letter

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