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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Omu Anioma Apologizes Over COVID - 19 Suspect In Delta

            Omu Anioma, Obi Martha Dunkwu


 I, Obi Martha Dunkwu, Omu Okpanam/Omu Anioma. use this opportunity to tender unreserved and unconditional APOLOGY to Delta State Government, Delta State Ministry of Health, all those who are offended and touched by the untoward behaviour of Mr.Emeka Ijeh, who is also a cousin of mine, all the good people of Okpanam who were pained by his action and all people of goodwill. I was not even aware he was in town. I have been careful not to comment because my jurisdiction is women,  the markets and Nze Omu Ancestral Shrine. However, the person in question is my cousin and I am the Queen Mother of Okpanam and Anioma Nation. It places certain responsibility on my humble person. I urge and appeal to all of you to find a space in your hearts to forgive him and let us move our people forward courageously in good health, peace and more progress. The Governor of the State is our Leader, son and brother from Anioma Nation and it is unwise for any Anioma son or daughter to bring his government to disrepute while he is doing everything humanly possible to take our State to the promised land and the next positive level. Once again, my apologies on behalf of myself, my cousin Emeka Ijeh, the good people of Okpanam who brought it to the attention of government in the first place. My Greatest APOLOGY is to our amiable, hardworking and futuristic Governor, indeed, prototype Governor of the 22nd century, His Excellency, Sen Dr Okowa. Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. May God Almighty in His Infinite Mercy and our Great Ancestors continue to guide, protect and prosper Your Excellency, members of the First Family, the good people of Delta State and all health workers who risk their lives to make sure that we live. May you not die in your line of duty. May God's Favour continue to be with you all. 

Signed:
Obi Martha Dunkwu, Omu Okpanam/Omu Anioma.

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