Governor Okowa Denied Keys To His Office On First Day At Work

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By KayCee June 2, 2015 06:08

A shocking incident was recorded in Delta State, as newly sworn-in governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, was denied access to his office at the government house, Asaba, the state capital.

According to an unconfirmed report published by Daily Independent, the unfortunate incident occurred while the governor was shown round offices and halls within the complex by the permanent secretary, Benson Oburoh, who eventually wouldn’t be able to present the keys to his office.

newly sworn-in governor of delta state, Ifeanyi Okowa

newly sworn-in governor of delta state, Ifeanyi Okowa

The unpleasant surprise left many with insinuations that ex-governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, might still be holding on to the keys as a result of an alleged cold relationship with the new governor.
While a school of thought vindicated Uduaghan, saying the incident was the fault of some aides to the new governor, who are believed to be supervising some repairs in the office, others claimed that the mix-up was a deliberate action by the ex-governor.
Okowa, who had earlier denied having any rift in his political relationship with ex-governor, Uduaghan, beat his closest rival, chief Great Ogboru of the Labour Party to emerge winner of governorship election in April.

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KayCee
By KayCee June 2, 2015 06:08