By Ovedhe Jerry
OZORO- The Delta sate Governor, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has urged all People Democratic Party (PDP) Ward Councilors representing the party in the forthcoming local government election in the state to work hard ahead for their election.
Gov. Okowa stated this during the Isoko North Local Government PDP Campaign flag off which was held at Ekwerigbe Primary school ground, noting that the choice of Hon Emmanuel Egbabor, Chairman and Miss Joy Oke-Oghene Okor as his Vice and all other 20 Councillors from the various Wards showed that the peoples interest at the grassroots level are fully represented.
“Always lead the campaign of the party till 2019. I urged you all to contribute your own quota to the growth and developments of your various places once elected, and to all my political appointees, do well to also contribute your own quota to the growth and development of your people”. Gov Okowa advised.
He also commended all the party leaders in Isoko North for their sense of maturity put in display and by steering the wave during the party primaries which produced all the Councillors and in ensuring that all crises were resolved amicably.
Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa also commended the Delta state House of Assembly for the quick passage of the 2018 budget, noting that the budget will attracts more projects to Isoko nation come 2018.
The party State Chairman Barr Kingsley Esiso in his speech commended all PDP faithful in Isoko North for the confidence repose on the party noting that, “In PDP we all have equal rights, no discrimination”, just he advised all the Councilors and PDP faithful to work hard in order to deliver the party in all forthcoming elections.
On his part, the immediate past Secretary to the Delta State government, Comr. Chief Ovuzourie Macaulay noted that PDP in Isoko North is not a family affair but a party for everybody and every community.
He urges the state governor to allocate more projects to Isoko nation in the 2018 budget, promising that Isoko people will deliver PDP in all forthcoming elections in the State.