Birthday: Asupa Hails Delta State PDP Chairman Esiso, Describes Him As A Bridge Builder 

By Binebai Princewill

Hon. Asupa Peter Forteta, member representing Burutu North, Delta State House of Assembly has hailed Olorogun Barr. Kingsley Esiso, Delta State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on his birth anniversary. The Liberator Newspapers can report. 

The shining Burutu North  lawmaker in the Delta State House of Assembly had particularly described Olorogun Barr. Kingsley Esiso as a bridge builder in the state owing to his strong stance in uniting the party across the state. 

Hon. Forteta made the commendation earlier today in Asaba while celebrating the birth anniversary of the Delta State PDP Chairman, adding that Esiso’ s emergence as the state PDP Chairman has brought about unprecedented victory and growth to the party.

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The statement signed and circulated to newsmen by Engr. Mike Akpi, Senior Legislative Aide to Hon. Asupa Peter Forteta on behalf of his boss reads in full below:

From the stable of….Hon. Asupa Peter Forteta member, representing the good and wonderful people of Burutu 1 State Constituency DTHA. Felicitate with Olorogun Barr. Kinglsey Tito  Esiso, State Chairman of our great Party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) on the occasion of his birth anniversary. 

You’re  indeed a bridge builder, an astute politician, a great leader and a renowned party stalwart. Your reign as our State Chairman has brought unprecedented growth and development to the party. And this is evident in the victories recorded in all  the general elections since 2016 till date and beyond. 

Therefore, it’s my fervent prayers for the good Lord to perpetually grant you the Solomonic wisdom to pilot the affairs of the largest and greatest party in Africa. Above all guide, keep and preserve you, as you age gracefully in Jesus name… A resounding Amen. 

Once again massive congratulations and happy blessed birthday sir.

Signed:Engr. Akpi M.ASLA. to Hon. Asupa P. Forteta

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