Amai-Orogun Road rehabilitation approved, captured in budget, says Ochor as PDP campaign train hits Ukwuani LGA

Amai-Orogun Road rehabilitation approved, captured in budget, says Ochor as PDP campaign train hits Ukwuani LGA

Approval has been given for the rehabilitation of the dilapidated Amai-Orogun Road, by the Delta State Government.

Deputy Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Ochor Christopher Ochor dropped the good news hint to the expectant people of Amai community when the Delta North Peoples Democratic Party, PDP Ward Campaign train hit the community in continuation of the Party’s “Rescue, Reset and Restore Nigeria and M.O.R.E campaign in Ukwuani Local Government Area.

Wards visited includes Ward 6, at Amai; Ward 4, at Obinomba; Ward 3, at Ebedi-Unor; Ward 1, at Umutu, and Ward 2, at Umuaja.

Elder Moses Iduh, PDP Delta North senatorial Chairman at the Ukwuani LGA Ward campaign.

Ward 4 Chairman, Mr. Macaulay Enwelem while welcoming the campaign train led by Delta North PDP Chairman, Elder Moses Iduh pleaded with the campaign train on behalf of the community to intervene for the road to be rehabilitated in fulfillment of the people’s long-expected wish.

Rt. Hon. Ochor, who currently represents the people in the Delta State House of Assembly informed the people that approval to rehabilitate the road has been secured and that it is in the 2023 budget.

Calling on the people to vote en-masse for all the candidates of PDP in the elections, Deputy Governorship Candidate, Sir Monday Onyeme told the people the significance of ensuring that they cast their votes for PDP.
He said: “This is the first time that an Ukwuani person has the opportunity to become Deputy Governor. it’s an opportunity we must not allow to slip away from us. We must grab this opportunity and vote all-the-way, five-over-five for all the candidates of the PDP. I beg you all; let’s vote PDP all-the- way.”

PDP candidates on parade at the Ukwuani LGA PDP ward campaign. Senatorial candidate, Prince Ned Nwoko, left, Deputy Governorship candidate, Sir Monday Onyeme, middle, and Mr. Ezechi, House of Representatives candidate.

Elder Iduh, who brought greetings from the Governor and PDP’s Vice-Presidential Candidate, Senator, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, but who is engaged with national assignment urged the people to vote all-the-way for PDP.
He said: “PDP is the only party with capacity to return Nigeria back to good ways. And the only way to change the negative change brought by the APC’s Federal Government is with your vote. Drive APC away with your vote, by voting for all the candidates of the PDP in the 2023 elections.
“Let me assure you that come 2023, and with PDP in Government at the Federal and in Delta State level life will be better.”
The Delta North PDP Chairman also reminded the people that in Nigeria today, even the rich cry because of the unbearable cost of living. But that it is only through voting for all the candidates of the PDP that you can change the APC’s negative change.
“It is also with your massive votes that you will make PDP win the Presidential election, that you can give our leader and Vice-Presidential candidate, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa voice as Vice-President in the PDP Federal Government.

Speaking, the campaign co-ordinator for Ukwuani Local Government Area, and Commissioner for Finance, Sir Fidelis Tilije urged the people to understand that the only political party that can reset Nigeria from her current negative predicament is PDP. “This is the only way open for Nigeria,” Tilije said.
Meanwhile, Elder Iduh at each Ward introduced the PDP candidates, including Ogbuefi Chukwudi Dafe, House of Assembly candidate; Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi, House of Representatives; Prince Ned Nwoko, Senate candidate; Sheriff Oborevwori, Governorship candidate, Sir Monday Onyeme, Deputy Governorship candidate, Atiku Abubakar, for President and his Vice-Presidential candidate, Senator, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa.

Among leaders on Thursday’s campaign train were High Chief Godswill Obielum, Pastor Paul Adingupu, Hon. Emeka Nwaobi, Deacon Roy Umunna, and numerous others.

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