Outrage as Okowa visits GAC motor factory

Outrage as Okowa visits GAC motor factory

- Governor Okowa’s personal assistant, Ossai Ovie Success, had put up pictures of the governor at the GAC motor factory

- However, Okowa was lambasted by a female writer and publisher who demanded that Deltans be told the true nature of the visit

- She questioned if the visit would provide employment to citizens, or if it was part of the governor’s attempts to win re-election in 2019

There is controversy raging at the moment on social media, over a visit by the governor of Delta state, Ifeanyi Okowa, to the GAC motor factory.

The news was made public by Ossai Ovie Success, a personal assistant to the governor, on his Facebook page on Thursday July 13.

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As he posted:

However, the news was met with anger by a writer and publisher, Elsie Halima Ijorogu-Reed, who lambasted the governor for what she referred to as attempts at cyber-bullying.

She demanded to know the true nature of the visit, and how it would impact hungry Deltans.

She questioned whether the visit would provide employment for Deltans, or whether the governor was buying cars to give out as gifts ahead of the 2019 election.

As she posted:

Followers of the journalist also chimed in with various responses including the following:

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that Governor Okowa of Delta state, his deputy, and other top government functionaries were chased out from a project site in Sapele.

It was alleged that the governor was prevented from carrying out the function of commissioning the project by thugs led by Mr Monday Igbuya, the speaker, who was recently impeached from the state legislature.

The ousted speaker led a band of thugs, and invaded the venue before chasing away the governor and his entourage.

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Source: Naija.ng

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