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Published On: Sat, Oct 26th, 2013

Delta Central Bye-Election: Uduaghan Lie over PDP Victory- APC Chieftain, Ogbuagu

Delta State APC Chieftain Dr Veronica Ogbuagu

LAGOS OCTOBER 26TH (URHOBOTODAY)-Former Delta State Education Commissioner, and chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Dr Veronica Ogbuagu has described Delta State Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan as a liar when he attributed the victory of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to an act of God, adding that PDP never won the election.
Ogbuagu who made the allegation at a meeting of the APC held at Ekpan, Delta State, described the last Delta Central Senatorial district bye-election as a show of federal might where uniform men, civil servants, councillorship aspirants and chairmen were threatened to deliver PDP or face the consequences.
Ogbuagu who vowed that APC would resist the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) antics in the 2015 election added, “Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan organized a thanksgiving service to thank God for the victory. He said it was by the power of God that the party regained its lost territory in the state, which is Delta Central Senatorial District. He lied because PDP never won the election.”
She also called on President Goodluck Jonathan and all his security apparatus to direct their strength and election rigging expertise to curtailing the excesses of Boko Haram and terrorists’ activities in Nigeria.
Ogbuagu said that because of the attitude of PDP in the last senatorial election, most people were no longer interested in casting their votes, a situation she said could spell doom for the country.
The former Delta State Education commissioner, however stated that 2015 would tell the real situation of things in the state as many PDP members were tired of their government but that they managed to stay in the party because they were hungry.
While congratulating APC members for their steadfastness and belief in the party, she urged them to keep the APC hope and dream alive, stressing that APC was the party of choice of many Nigerians in 2015 and beyond.

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