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Ogoni students hail Khana first female chief whip Princess Barikui at 43

The President of the National Union of Ogoni Students has on behalf of the union and joins members of the society in felicitating with the Khana former and first female chief whip of Khana 8th Legislative Assembly, Princess Barikui on her 43rd birth anniversary.

Dimkpa Raphael sends warm greetings to the family, friends and associate of the political and Students friendly female Leader, whom he describes as “patriotic, honest and deserved respect”

In a message the union President said: “He had observed the former chief whip, Princess Barikui for a long time, in the sense that when watching debates in then Khana 8th Legislative Assembly she used to be on her feet most of the time, passionately defending her primary Constituency and the rule of law as well as issues she so believed in”.

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