@56:Group Celebrates Former Nigeria Minister of Works Arc. Mike Onolenmeme @ birthday


@56:Group Celebrates
Former Nigeria Minister of Works Arc. Mike Onolenmeme @ birthday

The Mike Oziegbe Onolememen Volunteers Worldwide, a support mobilisation organisation has congratulated Dr. Mike Onolememen on his 56th birthday anniversary.

In a congratulatory message released to the press and obtained by Truthlive.net on Saturday, the global organisation poured eulogies on the Adolor of Uromi describing him as an achiever and the pride of Edo state in particular and Nigeria in general.


see full text of the press release below;

September 4th of every year is the day we celebrate the birthday anniversary of a remarkable icon, Chief (Arc) Mike Oziegbe Onolememen, Ph.D., CON, the Adolor of Uromi, the quintessential compassionate gentleman who the good people of Edo State are well pleased with.

Sir, on this your auspicious birthday anniversary, we join the host of heavens, your admirers and supporters worldwide to celebrate with you.

We join the multitude of Edo people; both those at home and in diasporas, to acknowledge your humility, compassion and selfless services to humanity which has endeared you to all and sundry. No wonder administrations of Presidents Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan found you worthy of service during their tenures.

As the former Minister of State for Defence under President Obasanjo and then Minister of Works under President Goodluck Jonathan, you discharged your duties well without blemishes to the admiration of Nigerians.

With your wealth of knowledge and experience, you were also made the Chairman Project Steering Committee, (ECOWAS) Regional Highway project Lagos-Abidjan-Dakar Corridor constituted by the Presidents and Heads of Governments of West African Countries.

By the grace of God, you will be poised again to serve Nigeria and Edo State in the nearest future. You are indeed a blessing to Nigeria and Edo State. We wish you long life, prosperity, and above all, happiness. Congratulations sir once more.

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Mike Oziegbe Onolememen Volunteers. (MOOV)



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