Dignitaries at the PDP campaign kick off, Oghara, Delta state from right is Governor Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State, Chats with Prince Ned Nwoko, while Ex Governor Onanefe Ibori (middle) and Chief Ighoyota Amori (left) watch,


By Iroroh Frank

The international renown legal icon and Vice Chairman, Delta PDP Campaign Council for the 2019 general elections, Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko has predicted landslide victory for Governor Okowa and all the PDP candidates in the next general elections scheduled to commence on 16th February 2019.

The Idumuje Ugboko born political colossus made the predictions while responding to questions from newsmen at Oghara, Ethiope West LGA, Delta State, immediately after the flagged off the party’s campaign for the elections in the State.

Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko, who arrived the venue of the kick off ceremony with thousands of his supporters, was welcomed into the arena by thunderous ovations by his supporters and party faithfuls who danced and sang his praises for his loyalty to the PDP, patriotism to the Nigeria nation and philanthropy to humanity.

Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko sea of supporters at the occasion.

The charismatic liberal democrat, while responding to questions posed by reporters, maintained that Governor Okowa has performed excellently well since assumption of office and therefore has earned the confidence of Deltans to return to office for a second term.

His words, “My brother, His Excellency, Governor Okowa, has earned the confidence of the people of Delta State because of the good work his is doing and I am very convinced that the people will vote massively for the party as a mark of appreciation for the marvelous transformation records of the Governor in the State”.

“In just under four years of his administration, the Governor, scored excellence in all the segments of governance of the State; peace and security, education, rural transformation, roads, housing, health and sports development, so it is reasonably good for him to be given a second term to complete and consolidate on his good work”, he emphasized.

The man adjudged the most popular aspirant for the 2019 Delta North Senatorial seat, reiterated his unflinching support and commitment to ensuring that the good people of the Delta north senatorial district and indeed all Deltans are mobilized to vote massively for PDP.

As he put it, “I am very confident PDP will clear all the seats in the State and very sure the party will record 99% of the total expected votes to be cast in Delta North during the elections because the people of the district are very satisfied with the Governor’s first term report sheet”.

The Star Prince of Anioma nation called on the people of Delta State to hold tightly to the jewelry they have in their hands and not to allow scams to deceive them with fanciful promises and empty lies.

Mammoth crowd at the kick off ceremony.

Hear him, “the mammoth crowd present here today to witness this flag off ceremony, shows that our people appreciate good thing and a job well-done, my advice is that we should hold tightly to the jewelry we have in our hands, we should not allow ourselves to be deceived by people who may come to us with fanciful promises and empty lies”.

Continuing, he said, “the record number of people gathered here today for this flag off of our campaign shows very clearly that PDP will record landslide victory at the general elections.”

Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko further said, “the Governor has performed excellently well and our people will reward his good work with massive votes”.

Speaking further on his objections to the October 2nd PDP Delta north senatorial primary, the great peace ambassador said, “there is no cause for alarm, I am ontop of it, I will protect the mandate the delegates entrusted on me that day, but, right at the moment, the most important thing for us to do is to join hands and work together to ensure the victory of the party in the coming elections.

We must go to the field, to our various LGAs, wards and units to sensitize and mobilize our people to deliver PDP during the general elections”. He concluded.

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