The Member Representing Ndokwa East Constituency and immediate past Deputy Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Hon Friday Ossai Osanebi has called for stronger unity among the political class in Ndokwa East local government area.
Speaking during the first general meeting of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP for the year 2020 at Aboh, headquarters of Ndokwa East local government council, Hon Osanebi said unity and love will open more opportunities for individual and collective development in the locality.
The Lawmaker stressed that PDP is one family, pointing out the need for all faithfuls to remain committed and focused to ensuring that Ndokwa East remains a stronghold of the Party in the state.
“I am the true face of PDP in Ndokwa East. I shall remain a brand ambassador of the Party in the local government area. I represent every good thing that the PDP in Ndokwa East believes. I need the support of all to make the umbrella more conducive to shadow even everybody in Ndokwa East as there is no opposition to PDP in the local government”, Osanebi stated.
The Lawmaker who is known for his philanthropy and empowerment spreads even across the Ndokwa Nation, predicted greater future for PDP faithfuls in Ndokwa East Constituency.
Hon Friday Osanebi thanked all, including leaders, women, youths and the teaming followers, for their unwavering support and commitment to the leadership of the party in the council area.
“The party here is a very big family that can not be destroyed. I therefore urge everyone to remain focused and steadfast in our dealings and commitment to the party and the people of Ndokwa East”, Osanebi emphasized.
The Lawmaker commended political office holders from the area for their investment and commitment to the Party, reminding them of the need to ensure that the party remains an indivisible body.
He noted that the party will become even more better when leaders and members jettison backbiting, envy and jealousy, but focus on things that promote love and unity in the family.
Hon Osanebi called for sustained support for Okowa’s led administration in the state.