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APC LG Congress: Unity List Made Congress Peaceful In Delta – Emerhor

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Olorogun O'tega Emerhor
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Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta state, Olorogun O’tega Emerhor has described the Local Government Council congress held across Delta State on Saturday 12 May, 2018 as peaceful, saying that the success recorded during the congress was as a result of the agreed ‘unity list’.

Emerhor who made this known after he voted at the Ughelli North Local Government Area secretariat of the APC in Ughelli, Delta State, said the reason for the peaceful Congress was because they reconciled themselves and had a unity list of party executives that covered all interest.

He stated further that their coming to the secretariat was to affirm the reconciled unity list. “What we are doing here is also happening across other local government areas in the state because before today I led seven governorship aspirants to Abuja for the reconciliation of the list and they all promised  to work in each of the Local Government Area so that we will not fight ourselves”, he added.

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Emerhor explained that congresses as long as they covers the interest of the people generates trust and peace. “Of cause when you loose at the ward level you can’t proceed to the LGA. So the peaceful LGA congress was as a result of the peaceful and successful ward congress we held last week”, he said.

On his part, leader of the delegation that conducted the Ughelli North Local Government Area congress, Olorogun Daniel Ekorhi in a chat, described the election as very peaceful.

Ekorhi who thanked members of the APC in Ughelli North Local Government Area for conducting themselves in a very peaceful and orderly manner, also thanked the Almighty God that the APC now have elected executives in the area.

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  1. Olisa Jude

    Olisa Jude

    May 13, 2018 at 1:04 pm

    All dis old men should go n rest n leave politics alone you pple are fooling una self

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