..as Oguma out of sympathy adds 100k
Secretary to the Delta State Government, Rt. Hon Festus Ovie Agas, has pleaded with youths from Oteri-Ughelli community to help him deliver governor Ifeanyi Okowa of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP in March 9 elections
This is just Chkef John Oguma added the sum of N100,000 to raise the little cash.
Presenting the cash to them, Chief Sunny Ighokena said, “You all are aware that during the Presidential and National Assembly elections, PDP did not make it in Oteri-Ughelli and as you all know, without youths we cannot make it.
“Your brother, Son, father in the person of Festus Ovie Agas, has called for this get together among the youths of Oteri-Ughelli community irrespective of political parties affiliations to vote for the PDP and Okowa on Saturday.
“There are drinks of assorted brand,Ighokena echoed.
It would be recalled that at the Presidential and National Assembly elections Agas lost his polling unit to the All Progrssives Congress, APC, at the community hall and to avoid same embarrassment, he took a step forward.
It was also observed that the only gate pass that would lead into the abode of Delta State Secretary was the voters card after which names and vin number of the cards will be written down before one can go in.
On his part, Agas said, “You all know me and if you love me, vote for Okowa as governor and PDP candidates let us all deliver our units”.
According to him, “Okowa was my friend before he becomes the governor and administratively after, him and his deputy, am the third in command of this state and if you vote for him, you vote for me”.
One of the youths who spoke lamented the nonchalant attitude of the SSG towards his people and community and the timely
Speaking on anonymous condition, he said, “For the past four years, no empowerment, no scholarship and no street road was tared and credited to him.
“I am not here to drink his beer but to ask him few questions and I was not allowed to speak. It is very wrong and disappointing to have him without anything attached to his name in the community”. He said.