By Ovedhe Jerry Hezekiah,
A former Delta State House of Assembly aspirant for Isoko North constituency, Hon Jude Omena Ogbimi has congratulated Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on his re-election as Governor of Delta State.
Hon Ogbimi in a congratulatory message duly signed by himself, made available to newsmen described Governor Okowa’s victory as a testimony of the unwavering confidence of Deltans on his Excellency with their mandate to govern them for second term and also a confirmation that power comes from God and your election victory had already been ordained from the beginning and endorsed with divine blessings.
On behalf of myself, my family, the good people of Otor-Igho community and the people of Isoko North in general, “I commend the exemplary patriotism, selflessness and dedication which His Excellency, Senator (Dr.) Ifeanyi Okowa, has continued to demonstrate throughout his long and very successful career as a political leader and administrator, towards ensuring the progress and well-being of Deltans.”
“I salute his Excellency’s integrity, wisdom, hard-work and visionary leadership which has contributed in no small measure, to the success of our great party, not only in Delta state, but at the South South zonal and national levels.”
Hon Jude Omena Ogbimi also congratulated the member representing Isoko Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Hon Leo Ogor on his re-election and other PDP candidates that won at the various levels of the just concluded general polls.
“He added that, “Their victory is not only personal, but is indeed a triumph to all members of our great party, to all lovers of peace, unity and progress; and to all those who believe in democracy. As a Chieftain of the party, am proud to say that even in victory, His Excellency has remained magnanimous, humble, accommodating and desirous to carry everyone along, including those who contested against him during the various stages of the electioneering process.”
“I also applaud His Excellency for always remaining focused in upholding the democratic principles, which have enabled Deltans, especially in our great party, to operate in an environment that allows for full expression of their political will and the protection of their inalienable rights to freely participate in the electoral process without any form of hindrance or intimidation.”