PRINCE NED NWOKO CONGRATULATES NEWLY SWORN IN COUNCIL CHAIRMEN IN DELTA NORTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT ; COMMENDS GOVERNOR OKOWA AND THE PDP FAMILY
Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko has congratulated the newly sworn – in Local Government Council Chairmen in the Delta North Senatorial District for their victory at the just concluded Local Government Cpuncil election and their successful swearing-in ceremony as the chief executives of their various Local Government Councils.
In a press release on his behalf by the media director, Ned Nwoko for Senate 2019, Hon. Chief Chinwe Monu Olarenwaju, Prince Ned Nwoko also commended the Executive Governor of Delta State, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa for his astute administrative style, excellent records of achievements in office and his rigorous campaigns during the run up to the Local Government Council election which was attributed to the overwhelming victory attained by the PDP throughout the State.
While appreciating the PDP family for their labours in ensuring massive turnout of voters for the party at the elections and the Delta North people for their support for the PDP, Prince Ned Nwoko charged the newly elected council chairmen and councillors in the district to work together in order to give the people accountable representation and dividends of democracy.
Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko who was on ground to campaign and mobilise voters for the party during the election, described the performance of PDP at the poll as spectacular and clear manifestation of the people’s confidence in the party as a truly national political party with the best programme to deliver Nigeria out of its present economic headship.
The frontline contender for the 2019 Delta North Senate seat expressed warm appreciation for the efforts put in place by the leadership of the PDP in the State and in the senatorial district for which the impressive victory for the party in the just concluded Local Government Council election was achieved.
Hon. Chinwe Monu Olarenwaju.
Director of Media,
SALVAGE ANIOMA MOVEMENT TEAM 2019,
NED NWOKO FOR SENATE.