Guber polls: Deliver highest number of votes for PDP, Okowa charges Delta North


Just one week to the Governorship and State House of Assembly elections, Delta State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has charged the people of Delta North Senatorial District to deliver the highest number of votes for candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the elections.
The governor made the call today (02/03/19) at an enlarged stakeholders meeting of the PDP in Asaba.
He declared: “This election is not about party, it is about all Deltans; get everybody involved; an Anioma son is seeking re-election for Governor as his predecessors did, we know we will win in all the local government areas of our state but, the highest number of votes should come from Delta North.

“Delta South that has the Deputy Governor has boasted to produce the highest number of votes but, Delta North should take the lead; an area with more than 800, 000 registered voters should be able to produce more than 400, 000 votes and with proper enlightenment campaigns beyond party lines, we can do it,” Okowa said, adding, “it is a healthy competition between the three Senatorial Districts; our brothers from Delta Central are not relenting, we are using this election to speak with one voice that we are united as Deltans and that Delta State is PDP, PDP is Delta State. ”
He stressed: “I am confident of getting the highest number of votes from all the Senatorial Districts but, I will like the highest number of votes to come out from Delta North.”

Those who spoke at the meeting included Chief B.S. C. Elue, Prince Sam Obi, Senator Patrick Osakwe, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, Dame Esther Uduehi, Chief Nkem Okwuofu, Prof. B.I.C. Ijoma, Chief Moses Iduh, Hon. Funkekeme Solomon and Barr. Kingsley Esiso.
Senator James Manager was also at the meeting in solidarity with Governor Okowa and they all reaffirmed their commitment to work with their relations, friends and colleagues across the state to ensure that the PDP records an unprecedented number of votes in the governorship and state assembly elections.

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