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Party Primaries: Don’t Mortgage Your Future, Ogwah Tells Delegates


Ahead of the 2019 general elections, Isoko North Constituency hopeful Hon. Mike Ogwah has called on delegates and constituents to vote in line with their conscience for candidates who can actualise the yearnings of the people.

Ogwah in a chat with newsmen cautioned the people of Isoko North constituency against mortgaging their future.

According to him, their decision is paramount to the well being of the constituency hence the cannot afford to make the mistake of voting for those who have underdeveloped them.

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Speaking on his mandate, Ogwah stated that his decision to go into politics is not to play games but to make his people in the constituency happy.

Mike Ogwah explained that Isoko North deserves credible representation that will bring the needed change and development the people deserved.

He stressed that as a business man who has travelled far and wide, he falls into that category of people with the burning desire to take Isoko North constituency to the height they are designed for.

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The Assembly aspirant noted that he is saddened and uncomfortable seeing a huge number of deplorable roads each time he drives around the constituency, adding that his mandate will correct the anomaly.

In the same vein, Ogwah stressed the need for public support for the government adding that one way to achieve that support is by ensuring a peaceful society.


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