The Senior Special Adviser to Delta State Governor on Health Monitoring, Dr. Michael Nwoko has added another year to his graceful age today, the 2nd of March 2021. With joys of smooth advancement through the ladder of success, the friends, family member, colleagues and other persons have continue to throw birthday felicitations, prayers, gifts and other expressions at the Celebrant.

Speaking via an exclusive conversation with StatePress Correspondent, Dr. Michael Nwoko expressed appreciation to his Creator, the most merciful for the grace of a new age, in good health, progressive prosperity and the zeal to remain instrumental in supporting the growth of development of Delta state, especially the sector.

Dr. Michael has been described as a lovely father, a consummate Healthcare practitioner, a Politician and a successful Enterpreneur. Known for his versatility and outstanding intellectual capacity, the vibrant impact-maker has held several notable national and international positions in the health sector. He is also a Member of renowned global institutions and Associations.

Some of which includes Member, Health Care Committee of Pearland Chamber of Commerce in Texas, United States, Member, Health Care Administrator's Association (HCAA) in the United States, Member, American Public Health Association (APHA), amongst others. He is also a cousin to popular Nigeria-African Billionaire Philanthropist, Prince Ned Nwoko.

However friends, family Members, Colleagues and Well-wishers from across the world and especially in Delta state have expressed optimism in their respective interest to mark the birthday of Dr. Michael Nwoko as he turns plus one today.
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