By Mark Orgu, News/Comments, November 4, 2022
OROGUN-The Delta State Governorship Candidate of All Progressives Congress, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has opened a campaign centre in Aragba-Orogun on Thursday, while charging leaders of the party and members to see his ambition as an act of God, noting however that, all subclans in the State have produced Governors, therefore, it is the turn of Orogun kingdom.
The Deputy President of the Senate used to the medium to clear air over taking all federal projects to Orogun, stating that, those who are attacking him are totally ignorant of the federal projects in Urhoboland, while citing examples on how Governor Ifeanyi Okowa took major Institutions like University of Delta, Agbor, his home town, among others, and nobody saw anything wrong with. “ The truth is that, development is development as long as it will serve the purpose of economic growth for all”
Omo-Agege , while thanking Aragba people for their support, charged them not to waste their votes on any PDP aspirants, rather, should vote for Chief Ede Dafinone for Senate, and others, as he assured that when he becomes governor in 2023, Orogun will witness more development. The Delta born politician hinted further, “as a senator, if I could bring federal polytechnic, law school, industrial park, etc, how much more when I become governor. Vote and don’t waste your vote, don’t allow one vote to leave your polling unit, all for APC. Orogun is no go area”.
Meanwhile, the Orogun ward 2 chairman, Chief Gabriel Orogun, where Omo-Agege is from, expressed satisfaction over his transformational leadership. He however, wants the APC governorship candidate to inwardly see the need to consider more Aragba sons and daughters in government when he becomes governor, even as he acknowledged that Aragba has the highest voting strength in the whole of Orogun kingdom. Present at the ceremony include, Chief Dr David Idoge, former PG, Aragba community, Anthony Nkwo, ward secretary 11, Chief Harry Leader, party elder, Chief Godday Ojumah, APC leader, among others.
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