OKOWA PRAISES SOUTH/SOUTH MEETING DESCRIBES LATE MRS. UDUME AS A VIRTOUS WOMAN

 

The Senator
representing Delta North Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Senator
Ifeanyi Okowa has said that the caucus meeting of South/South leaders of
Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, held at Asaba on Sunday, 12th May, 2013, was to
chat more progressive course for the party and the nation.   

                Senator Okowa remarked that
recent socio-political happenings across the country demanded that stakeholders
come together to brainstorm on the way forward. He noted that PDP being the
ruling party, it was imperative that leaders of the party give corresponding
support to the administration, especially against the backdrop of mounting
security and economic challenges facing the nation.

                He maintained that with the new
initiative of holding regular parley by leaders and stakeholders, the PDP would
become stronger to face any challenge.

                He called for more support and
prayers for the administration of President Godluck Jonathan to succeed in the
onerous task of transforming Nigeria, saying that the government was doing its
best to improve on the welfare of Nigerians.

In another
development, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa has described the late wife of Bishop Udume,
Rev. (Mrs.) H.U. Udume as a virtuous woman, who was able to build a formidable
home, through raising her children in the fear of God.

                The federal lawmaker, who was
among many mourners that thronged Owa-Model Primary School, along Owa-Ekei
Road, Boji-Boji, Owa last Saturday, to attend the funeral service of late Mrs.
Udume, noted that the late woman of God played a stablishing role not only in
her family but also in ensuring that her husband succeeds in his pastoral
responsibilities.

                He said the woman lived a life
of sacrifice and hardwork, which he observed, made her a favourite among the
Christian community and the society at large.

                Many, he said, have testified to
her humility and forthrightness, and urged women to always live exemplary
lives, so as to be able to build responsible homes, that will in turn, lead to
a stable society.    

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