Chief Peres Oloye Disassociates Self From Elder Goddey Orubebe’s Resignation From The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

  Recall that few days back the former minister of Niger Delta affairs Hon. Elder Goddey Orubebe officially resigned from the people Democratic Party PDP owing to reason best known to him. However, the name of Hon. Peres Oloye whom is the candidate of the people Democratic Party PDP for Burutu south constituency 11 in the forthcoming house of Assembly General elections come 2023 was mentioned in an online publication For record purposes Hon. Peres Oloye through his media aide disassociated himself from the resignation news of Hon. Goddey Orubebe…

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Delta PDP Primaries: Omote Cautions Delegates Against Divisive Statement

By Michael Veloh Ahead of the forthcoming primaries in Delta state, Prince Emmanuel Omote has cautioned delegates from Delta Central to be mindful of statements that would cause division among themselves. He gave this advice while reacting to comments from various section of the social and conventional media publications that might cost Urhobo nation the governor in 2023. It would be recalled that, the print media has been engulfed with series of unfortunate publications against governorship aspirants from the Urhobo extraction, particularly in Delta central. According to Omote, “I want…

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Defectors To PDP Were Already Expelled From Our Party – Delta APC

    …says they were not Omo-Agege supporters   By Michael  Veloh   DELTA State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has said those who defected to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP last Saturday were expelled members of the party and not supporters of the Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege.   Reacting to the purported defection of some its members to the PDP, APC in a statement by Pius Oturu, said the defection was a media propaganda by those who “are scared of the soaring popularity…

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Delta PDP Social Media Practitioners Laments Poor Treatment In Ughelli North

  BY Daniel Atarhe   UGHELLI NORTH: IS OUR LOYALTY NOW SLAVERY? In this last festive season, Austin Ayemidejor donated 38 bags of rice each to 20 DESIEC wards in Sapele LGA. One bag of rice each to all his media team with other lofty packages. Assuming a bag of rice cost #15,000, Chief Ayemidejor would have spent 11.4 million on rice distribution to 20 DESIEC wards of Sapele alone. In Ughelli North, our supposed potential governor candidate and Afiesere born billionaire only contributed #400,000 (four hundred thousand naira only)…

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