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Published On: Sun, Oct 20th, 2013

Aguariavbodo Applauds Urhobo Nation for Rejecting Opposition Politics

Senator-Elect of Delta Central Senatorial Zone, Chief Emmanuel Aguariavbodo

Senator- Elect for the Delta Central Senatorial District Delta State, Chief Emmanuel Aguariavwodo, has applauded the people of Urhobo nation for rejecting the politics of opposition. He said his victory at the by-election in the Senatorial district testified to the determination of the Urhobo nation to return to the mainstream of national politics.
Aguariavwodo who was addressing newsmen in his Okpare-Olomu country home, Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State congratulated the people for the efforts and commitment with which they spoke with one voice and without mincing words by saying “ enough is enough’ showed that they are back into the mainstream.
“The people of Delta Central rejected in clear terms politics of opposition,” he said, expressing appreciation to Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan and the PDP Campaign Council led by Prof. Sam Oyovwaire for their support.
He also acknowledged the support of other aspirants of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), particularly Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege, Chief Ighoyota Amori, Chief Fred Majemite, Chief Halims Agoda, Chief Solomon Udele, Chief Andrew Oru and Mr Solomon Edojah whom he said were equally qualified to win the election for the party.
According to him, “the beauty of what happened was that all these men and the PDP family carried to the people the message of unity, the message of the need to be in the mainstream of politics and that it is time for the people to return to the mainstream and remain part and parcel of the indivisible Federal Republic of Nigeria.”.
Aguariavwodo expressed delight at the fatherly role which he said was played by the Chief Patrick Aziza President of Urhobo Progress Union, (UPU) in giving their advice to all those who aspired for the senatorial position.
Reiterating his preparedness to live no stone unturned in doing whatever that was needed to transform the Urhobo nation, he advised contestants from other political parties to join hands with him “in this critical time as the Urhobo nation returns to the mainstream.”

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