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Peter Obi: Delta Govt Sacks Commissioner’s Aide for Supporting Labour Party Presidential Candidate

Asaba – Atare Awin, a media technical aide of the Delta state commissioner in charge of the directorate of project monitoring and audit, Anthony Onoriode Ofoni, has been sacked for allegedly supporting the presidential bid of Peter Obi, candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 elections.

According to Sahara Reporters, in a letter personally signed by Ofoni on Tuesday, October 4, the commissioner stated that the former Peoples Democratic Party councillorship aspirant was fired for sharing counter opinions about Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s administration. The letter read in part: “I wish to inform you, of your disengagement as special assistant technical aide to my office as the Delta state commissioner for project monitoring/audit.

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