Origho Asks Deltans To Live Right

THE Head of Service of Delta State, Mr. Patrick Origho has enjoined all to live a life worthy of emulation during their period on earth for that is what will
account for them after their death.
The Head of Service gave this remark when he paid a condolence visit to the family of late Sir Joseph Mowah who died at the old age of 94.
Mr. Origho revealed that late Pa Mowah’s lifestyle assisted him to a great extent when he came from Benin to Asaba and that motivated him to pick him as his spiritual father in the catholic faith which they practice together.
The HOS said that late Pa Mowah’s morally sound life has endeared people to see him as a man who cared for the poor through his benevolence gesture to them when he has the ability; saying that “the life we live on earth will speak for us when we are alive and after we have gone”.
He encouraged public servants to use opportunities at their disposal to give leverage to those that would come to them for patronage.
He also visited the bereaved family of a retired Permanent Secretary, Sir Patrick Azuani who recently lost his wife, Late Lady Florence Azuani where he said that death is an inevitable end that must come to man. In their various remarks, Sir Austin Mowah and Sir Patrick Azuani who are both retired Permanent Secretaries in the Delta State Public Service appreciated the Head of Service and his entourage for the visit and officially briefed him of the burial ceremonies.
The Permanent Secretaries, Ministry of Economic Planning, Mr. Ben Igo, Project Monitoring, Mr. Ike Oduah, Millennium Development Goals, Mrs. Constance Nwani were part of the head of Service team during the condolence visit.