Bayelsa youth leader hails brother over nomination as Brass caretaker vice chairman

Brass—A prominent youth from Akassa Kingdom in Bayelsa State, Hon. Happy Ebenah has congratulated Hon. Lucky Destiny Febo on his recent nomination as caretaker vice chairman of Brass Local Government Council.

This was contained in a goodwill message made available to journalists on Wednesday.

Happy said Febo’s appointment indicates that diligence, consistency and loyalty pay handsomely in politics and life generally.

“Congratulations to my beloved elder brother, Hon. Lucky Destiny Febo on his appointment as Caretaker Vice Chairman of our dear Brass Local Government Area,” he stated.

He thanked the Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri for the nomination while also hailing the Speaker of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Abraham Ingobere for facilitating it.

According to him, “The appointment, though very heartwarming, does not come as a surprise to me as my brother has been a consistent party man in his party, PDP.

“By his appointment, many people will realize and learn too that with diligence, consistency and loyalty one will get the expected results in due time.

“My brother has indeed been rewarded handsomely for the many years of loyalty and I believe this is just the beginning of his elevation.

“I want to thank the Governor and Mr. Speaker for the privilege given to my brother to serve. The entire family is grateful for finding him worthy of such an exalted position.”

The youth leader expressed confidence that Febo will add immense value to the Brass CTC, describing his brother as a purposeful leader with integrity and the fear of God.

“The entire people of Akassa Kingdom are also grateful for our sons and daughters appointed into the Brass CTC as well as the Akassa Rural Development Authority (RDA),” he concluded. gathered that the state assembly will screen the CTC and RDA chairmen today at the House of Assembly Complex in Yenagoa, the state capital.

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