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Omo-Agege’s Campaign Train hit Ibusa,Akwukwu-Igbo and Okpanam

By: Ike Philip Abiagom

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Electorates in Oshimil North local government Area have over time demonstrated its unflinching resolve to identify with APC. That accounts for the bandwagon effect among politicians as the party is seen as the most viable vehicle for achieving political aspiration. Delta North electorates will not allow the PDP elements who come in the guise of messiahs, but are really traitors are grouping again to deceive Deltans. We must be vigilant, identify, name and point at them. They should be exposed and stopped so that they will not jeopardize us further.

Thus, the Oshimili North chapter of the APC party made efforts to convince the All Progressives Congress (APC)Governorship Candidate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege,his deputy, Hon. Friday Osanebi and the gracious voyage of Senator Peter Onyelukachukwu Nwaoboshi Campaign Organisation(SPONCO)which was led by the chairman, Prof. Leroy Edozien and accompanied by the APC House of Representatives,Aniocha / Oshimili Federal Constituency, Dr Tony Nwaka,APC Candidate for Oshimili North House of Assebly, Hon. Louis Ndukwe, among others elicited earth-quaking applause from the enthusiastic crowd of fans and party faithful from all over Delta State during the visit that Akwu-Uku Igbo,Ibusa and Okpanam are 98% APC even though some observers believe that the 2023 election will be a keen contest between APC and his major opponent from the PDP.

Thus, people from all parts of the wards and beyond trooped to the venues for the event. It was a carnival of sorts as the teeming members of the party in different APC regalia danced to the expansive arena. The singers intermittently sang praises of Senator Peter Nwaoboshi,DSP Ovie Omo- Agege and all the APC candidates.

The rally also had in attendance the All Progressives Congress (APC) Chieftains and the entire members of Senator Peter Onyelukachukwu Nwaoboshi Campaign Organisation(SPONCO) Director General, Evangelist Moses Kamanya,Chief Austin Izagbo,Oshimili North APC Chairman, Hon. Austin Nnabuife,Elegant Ada Jesus,Chief Nelson Agbamuche,Odoziani 1 of Akwukwu- Igbo,Dr Ben Iwezue, Barr. Alex Onwudiamu,(Deputy Chief of Staff to Deputy Senate President),Hon.Henry Mordi aka Ojokojo,Ambrose Elofu Dike,Hon.Peter Okocha,Chief Iyke Nwoko,(Iyke Computers)Austin Nwaoboshi, Hon. Leo Nkeaka and others.

Senator Ovie Omo-Agege,expresses his pleasure and satisfaction to the people for the solidarity and attendance to this great occasion,as evidence in the big tour victory train that began from Ibusa, Akwukwu-Igbo and Okpanam,was formidable and copious.
He urged the electorates to vote for candidates of the party in the forthcoming general elections.Omo-Agege said that the APC had become stronger in the Delta North Constituency,following the resolution of the internal wrangling among its members and he urged all members to go into the general elections as a united family.

This mega rally was organised to galvanise support for DSP. Ovie Omo-Agege,Senator Peter Nwaoboshi,Hon.Tony Nwaka,Hon. Louis Ndukwe. Delta North elective positions are nolonger for mediocres, therefore,anybody who wants to occupy an elective position in Delta North must have a catalogue of unprecedented antecedents and evidence of his contributions to the socio-economic development of the area.
DSP Ovie Omo-Agege,Senator Peter Onyelukachukwu Nwaoboshi, Dr Tony Nwaka and Hon. Louis Ndukwe,no doubt meet with these track-records that qualifies them to seek the mandate to continue representing the good people of Anioma nation and Delta State, hence the clarion call on lovers of democracy to come out en masse and cast their votes for DSP. Ovie Omo-Agege for Governorship position,Senator Peter Onyelukachukwu Nwaoboshi for the Delta North Senatorial seat and , Hon. Tony Nwaka for Federal House of Representatives and Hon. Louis Ndukwe for Delta State House of Assembly.



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