Deputy Senate President, representing Delta Central in the Senate has been elected unopposed to fly the APC Delta State governorship flag at the 2023 general elections.
He scored a total of 1,190 votes. A total of 1,350 voters were expected, while a total of 1,235 voters were accredited.
In all 1,191 votes were cast, with one invalid vote, leaving Omo-Agege with a total of 1,190 valid votes.
Omo-Agege expressed gratitude to the APC national office, and declared his acceptance of his nomination as APC governorship flag bearer in Delta.
He will lock horns with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori at the 2023 governorship elections.
Omo-Agege who was the sole aspirant for the governorship position was unopposed at the primary election held at the Federal College of Education, Asaba, which was observed by the Independent National Electoral Coomission (INEC) Delta State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Rev. Monday Udo Tom, security agencies and journalists.
Before voting commenced shortly after accreditation of delegates, Rev. Tom told delegates that it was necessary by law for INEC officials to monitor primary exercise, pointing out that the rules states that there must be physical voting even if its only one person that is the aspirant.
Delegates from the three senatorial districts of Delta North, Delta Central and Delta State were accredited and they voted. Total number of delegates was 1,235, while the officials of APC from Abuja that conducted the primary election was led by Mrs. Oyibo Nwaneri.