Nigeria Needs ‘High Power’ To Rescue It From Further Collapse – Barr Okolo

The Executive Assistant (EA) to Delta State governor Ifeanyi Okowa on youth mobilization and development, Barr. Hessington Okolo has said that Nigeria needs a messiah to rescue it from a total collapse.

Barr. Okolo made the remark when the members of the Atiku Youth Wing, Delta State Chapter paid him a familiarization visit in Asaba, the state capital.

Barr. Okolo alleged that the administration of President Buhari has injuriously destroyed every fabric of the country, adding that the country is in dire need of a messiah to rescue it from further collapse.

The EA thanked the group for the visit and assured them of collaboration to give the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) victory in the 2023 elections.

He noted that Atiku/Okowa pair should be given the opportunity to reshape the country and save it from further collapse, urging the wings of the unifier to work hard to ensure victory in every unit.

Earlier, the group convener, Comrade Chukwuemeke Victor thanked the Executive Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for his warm reception, and said “the purpose of the visit was to identify and introduce the State and LGA executives of the group to him.”

Comr. Chukwuemeke who is fondly called Mr. Due Process (MDP) expressed the need to collaborate with the office of the youth mobilization and development for a better Nigeria.

Thanking Governor Okowa’s aide for his achievement within the short period of appointment, Chukwuemeke expressed their commitment to giving former vice president Atiku Abubakar and Sen. Ifeanyi Okowa the needed support, stressing that the group was constituted after the two-time former vice president and PDP standard-bearer for 2023 general elections declared his intention to contest for the presidency.

He noted that the youth wing has got the endorsement of His Excellency, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar GCON, and other notable party leaders, adding that Aliyu Atiku Abubakar was appointed the face of the youth wing.

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