​Bayelsa Commissioner, Braboke Hails Dickson, Says Posterity Will Continue To Judge Him Right 

By Binebai Princewill 

Commissioner for Trade, Investment and Business Development in Bayelsa State, Hon. Stanley Braboke has congratulated the senator representing Bayelsa West Senatorial District in the red chamber,  Sen. Henry Seriake Dickson on his birth anniversary. 

Commissioner Braboke while hailing Sen. Henry Seriake Dickson on his 55th birth anniversary had particularly stated that posterity will continue to judge the senator who is the immediate past Governor of Bayelsa state right for standing firm to fight and defend the glory of Bayelsa, Niger Delta, Ijaw and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the country. 

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Hon. Stanley made the commendation recently in Yenagoa, capital of Bayelsa State while reacting to the birth anniversary of the former Governor and now Sen. Representing Bayelsa West senatorial district in the National Assembly via a statement he personally signed and issued to newsmen, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers. 

The commissioner noted that at 55, the national and seasoned lawmaker representing Bayelsa West has achieved so much in life, including being the first to serve eight uninterrupted  years as governor since the creation of Bayelsa State, adding that his tenure was also characterised with massive infrastructural development spanning across  all nook and cranny of the state, this he said is coupled with human capital development. 

Braboke said while Bayelsans will continue to be proud of him, he had prayed to the Lord Almighty to grant Sen. Henry Seriake Dickson long life and prosperity garnished with sound health for him to do more for his people.

Meanwhile, it would be recalled that Sen. Dickson Seriake clocked 55 years on January 28th 2021, a celebration that attracted several dignitaries across the country and beyond with encomiums that  poured  in like rain all describing the good leadership qualities of Dickson. 

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