WORK OF GOD PARAMOUNT IN OUR AGENDA: Banigo

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WORK OF GOD PARAMOUNT IN OUR AGENDA: Banigo

The Deputy Governor of Rivers State Dr. Mrs. Ipalibo Harry Banigo says the work of God is paramount in the agenda of the Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike led Administration.


Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Ipalibo Harry Banigo (Right) during a Courtesy Visit by the Mothers Union/Women's Guild, Diocese of Niger Delta (Anglican Communion) at Government House, Port Harcourt on the 4th Oct. 2019.

Dr. Banigo stated this during a courtesy visit by the Mothers Union and Women’s Guild, Diocese of the Niger Delta, Anglican Communion at the Government house in Port Harcourt on Friday 4th October 2019.

Dr. Banigo who expressed gratitude to the Almighty God for making Governor Wike’s second tenure a reality disclosed that the only reason God brought them into office is to do God’s will.

“It is important for us in anyway possible to fulfil the Divine Mandate God has given to us that is why Governor Wike has always partnered very closely with the church and whatever the body of Christ is doing”.

The Deputy Governor who said whenever women of God come together and asks God for something no mountain can stand against it, noted that it is important for the body of Christ to remain united.

According to Dr. Banigo her office would continue to initiate programmes that would impact positively on the society, especially the Girl Child and urged the women to continue to pray for the success of the Nyesom Ezenwo Wike led Government.

 In her remarks the Diocesan President, Mothers’ Union, Mrs. Victoria Ebirien said they were at the Government House to felicitate with her and the number one citizen of the State on their re-election into office against all odds, noting that God has been very faithful.

 Mrs. Ebirien who also used the occasion to intimate Dr. Banigo on the upcoming events of the Women’s Ministry said they have watched the Deputy Governor’s humane disposition to the things of God and her sincere love for the Niger Delta Diocese   with keen interest.

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