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2023: Omo-Agege Rallies Isoko Voters, Says Okowa Repaying Ibori with “Ingratitude”


Deputy Senate President and gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Delta State for the 2023 general election, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, Friday, accused Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of repaying the goodwill he enjoyed from former Governor James Ibori with ingratitude.

Speaking when he led his campaign train to Ozoro and Oleh, Isoko North and South LGAs, Omo-Agege said Okowa was bent on retiring his political benefactor from active politics.

Lamenting the mismanagement of the state’s resources by the Okowa led administration, he noted that those currently defecting from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP to the APC were doing so on their own personal conviction.

He added that Okowa would not be able to withstand the defection tsunami that would hit the PDP in the days ahead.

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Saying that the PDP, would lose the 2023 presidential election, he urged Deltans to key into the political “national grid” by voting the APC’s candidate, Bola Tinubu.

He reiterated that Okowa’s Vice Presidency bid as the height of selfishness and treachery to the Southern Nigeria people, noting that any “vote cast for the PDP in the presidential election is a wasted vote”

While promising to bring an end to the marginalization of the oil rich Isoko nation if elected to govern the state, he said the Okowa led administration was inflcting untold hardship on the Isoko people despite their huge contribution to the wealth of the state.

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Omo-Agege berated the Governor for promising to rescue Nigeria when he had been unable to rescue Deltans from poverty, lamenting the debt burden being inflicted on the State by the Okowa led administration.

He said he had made it clear “that futher attempts to collect another loan of N40 billion will be rejected by us. We have put the banks on notice that that the N40 billion loan or any other loan being sought by the Okowa government in this administration just four months to go, any such loan if given by any bank, that bank will be on their own.”

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Advising the Isoko people to vote for all APC’s candidates in the forthcoming polls, he noted that the party’s senatorial candidate in Delta South, Mr. Joel-Onowakpo Thomas was the most qualified among those vying for the position in terms of intellectual content.

“In Joel-Onowakpo Thomas, you have a renowned intellect; a chartered accountant, the best educated among everyone running for that office,” he said.

Earlier while formally receiving receiving the a former Commissioner for Urban Renewal, Chief Karo Ilolo, former Chairman of Ethiope East Local Government Area, Chief Faith Majemite and other PDP chieftains who defected to the APC, the State party Chairman, Elder Omeni Sobotie said the decampees had moved from darkness to light.


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