In preparation for the 2019 general Elections and in commitment to ensure that the performing Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa will be re-elected for his second tenure, a transparent group of “Vote Okowa Again” (VOA) has been inaugurated in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta State.
In a press statement released by the Secretary of the group Hon. Chidi Chinedu and the coordinator, Hon. Joe Ikenwe, stated that, the founders of this group are mainly appointed SA’s to the Governor who have no intention to contest any elective office come 2019.
Hon. Chidi Chinedu further pointed out that the group would be transparent, focused on ensuring that there is adequate sensitization and mobilization of electorates in the Local Government to “Vote Okowa Again”, based on his track record of taking Delta State to greater heights especially with his “SMART AGENDA”.
The coordinator Hon. Joe Ikenwe further stated that as the Local Government have its executive members, so shall it be reproduced across the 11 wards in Aniocha South for effective spread and efficient mobilization of the electorates.
The Secretary, Hon. Chidi Chinedu said in this regards, the chapter executive and members will carry-out door to door campaign for the performing Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa who have transformed the three senatorial districts of the state to a construction site.
In the same vein, the woman leader of the group, Mrs Uche Ada Jesus admonished all to work in a team spirit and uniformity of purpose devoid of bickering and back biting, promising that by the grace of God, that she will put her best to ensure victory for Governor Okowa re-election’s come 2019.
The high point of the occasion was the inauguration of the Aniocha South chapter of “Vote Okowa Again” (VOA) whose co-ordinator is Hon. Joe Ikenwe, Chidi Chinedu Secretary and “Ada Jesus” as the woman leader, other exco members and across the 11 wards of the Local Government.
The Executives all spoke of their resolve to deliver Aniocha South Local Government to PDP just as it was done during the last Local Government Area elections.