Delta State Governor Sheriff Oborevwori has appointed Rita Daniels, a renowned figure in the Nollywood industry, to the position of Senior Special Assistant (SSA) for Women Mobilization & Empowerment. Rita enthusiastically announced this significant development on her Instagram account earlier this week.
Prior to this appointment, Rita Daniels served as the leader of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Women Wing, where she played a vital role in rallying women’s support for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) during the gubernatorial election. She is a staunch advocate for women’s rights and has recently obtained a degree in law, underscoring her commitment to empowerment.
Her appointment is a testament to her unwavering dedication to improving the well-being and progress of women. As an experienced technocrat, she is expected to draw upon her years of expertise to deliver effective service in her new role.
Furthermore, Rita enjoys considerable support among women in Delta State and has a significant presence in all Igbo-speaking states, thanks to her close association with the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
Rita expressed her deep appreciation to Governor Oborevwori on her Instagram page for recognizing her as a highly suitable candidate for this strategic position. She pledged her utmost commitment to promoting the state, sharing her enthusiasm with the following message:
“Governor Oborevwori Appoints Dame Rita Daniels SSA Women Mobilization & Empowerment
Delta State Governor Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori has appointed a Women’s rights advocate, Chief Mrs Rita Daniels Chukwuji, as his Senior Special Assistant (SSA) on Women Mobilization & Empowerment.
Rita Daniels, who recently earned a degree in law, has consistently championed the welfare and development of women over the years.
Before her appointment, she led the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Women Wing.
As a technocrat, it is believed that she will leverage her years of experience to deliver effective service in her new role.
She also played a pivotal role in mobilizing women’s support for her party, the PDP, during the gubernatorial election.
In addition to the support of Delta women, she is popular in all Igbo-speaking states due to her close ties to the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
She has expressed her deep gratitude to the Governor for deeming her worthy of this strategic position, and she is committed to giving her best to promote the State.”