OMO1OMOChief Great Ovedje Ogboru, the People’s General, visited the People’s Senator Obaisi Ovie Omo-Agege for the first time in the Senate on May 5, 2015. Chief Ogboru visited with respected business and political leader and technocrat, Sir Richard Odibo and Mrs. Harriet Ajomokwu of Ika. Ms. Miranda Mosheshe also flew in from Lagos to be part of the visit.

It has always been Chief Ogboru’s view that the People’s Senator (Senator Ovie Omo-Agege) requires time to settle down. To him, “Our Obaisi, my dear brother and our Most Distinguished Senator doesn’t need distractions. We trust his ambitious plans and roadmap to serve our people. We have complete confidence in him. He needs our best cooperation. We are very proud of him. He has a good heart. He is a very wise leader. He cares for our people and that is most important for me. Everyone who has a good heart is very satisfied with our Senator.

Obaisi is a great guy. We need him to concentrate on his bold leadership vision and mission in the Senate. Our prayer is for God to protect, guide and help him.”

With the passage of three months since Senator Omo-Agege came into Office, the People’s General simply came today to thank Senator Omo-Agege and encourage him to remain focused in the service of the people. It was an atmosphere of joy, good tidings and optimism in a better future.

We salute the People’s General and the leaders who came with him.

A picture, they say, speak more than a thousand words. Let the pictures speak.

Story by Barr. Lucky Ajokperiniovo, Legislative Assistant to Senator Omo-Agege.


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