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Wike praises Chief Sergeant Awuse for his commitment to Rivers State

Rivers Governor, Nyesom Wike (2nd R), PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus (2nd L), Former Rivers State Governor, Sir Celestine Omehia (l) and PDP Chieftain, Chief Sergeant Awuse during a thanksgiving service in honour of Chief Awuse at the Saint Luke Anglican church, Emohua on Sunday.

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has praised the former chairman of the Governing Council of Kaduna Polytechnic, Chief Sergeant Awuse for his total commitment to the development of the state. 
Speaking during a thanksgiving service in honour of Chief Awuse at the Saint Luke Anglican church, Emohua on Sunday, Governor Wike said God healed the PDP Chieftain because his services are needed by Rivers people. 
He said that Chief Awuse over the years has proved that he is committed to the progress of the state and will never betray Rivers people. 
He said: "Chief Sergeant Awuse means a lot to us. He supports the growth of the state with all his strength.  If he is with you, go home and sleep.
"He will never betray you in any way. We thank God that has healed him. We join his family and friends to bless God for his life".
Governor Wike commended Chief Awuse for the initiative to set up a foundation to tackle cancer in the state.  He said the state government will support the foundation. 
In his  speech, PDP Chieftain Chief Sergeant Awuse said he was in Church to thank God for healing him after a radio surgery for a cancer condition. 
He said that he went through intensive treatment in a London Hospital where he spent four months.
The former chairman of the Governing Council of Kaduna Polytechnic said that he was in church to publicly acknowledge God's protection and also create awareness on the prevalence of cancer .
"The highlight of my position is that God has healed me and I am well. I vowed  to assist people with similar condition ", Chief Awuse.
He said that several less  privileged Nigerians are dying due to poor health facilities and lack of information of health processes. 
Chief Awuse said that he will set up a non governmental organisation to tackle  cancer and provide credible information to people.

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