Polls: Ogboru Assures Deltans Of Uncommon, Rapid Development If Elected


The governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Great Ovedje Ogboru, has assured Deltans of uncommon rapid development if elected as the governor of the state come March 18, at the gubernatorial and House of assembly elections.


Ogboru gave this assurance at Ugbuwangwe, Ubeji, Ekurede Urhobo, Ekurede Itsekiri, and other communities of Warri South and Udu local government areas of Delta state respectively during his campaign to canvass for votes.


The APGA who moved round Ubeji market, Ekurede Itsekiri, Ugbori, Ekurede Urhobo, Ugbuwangwe market, Ubeji market, Igbo market, Okere market, Bolokor Market, Main market Warri, reminded Deltans to be focus in thumb printing the APGA logo (Cock) on Saturday.

According to him, “With me as the next governor of the state, Warri residents will not only witness speedy transformation within a short period, but also begin to enjoy direct benefits in their various communities through our equal opportunity programme that will directly benefit the common man.

“The Jubilee agenda programme will radically transform the economy, social and political live of Delta state from education, health, infrastructural development, agriculture, environment, equal opportunities in local government development initiative through which his administration will develop the state.

“You know this Saturday March 18 is the governorship election where you all will vote for Chief Great Ogboru. So, am appealing to you all to vote en mass for the Cock, APGA because this time your votes will count and I will be your governor and note that this is the first time in 24 years that the common man will begin to benefit directly from my administration with my equal opportunity programme.’

Ogboru who also visited Main Market, Bolokor Market, Okere market and others in Warri assured them that with their votes to Ogboru and APGA, that Delta state will never remain the same, but that rather become an envy of other sisters states across the country.

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