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Published On: Fri, Mar 8th, 2013

Uduaghan’s Aide, Agbajoh, Carpet his Administration, against Zoning in 2015

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Barr. Mary Agbajoh
Barrister Mary Agbajoh who currently serves as a Senior Special Assitant to Governor Uduaghan on Special Duties and a dedicated advocate for the abolition of the PDP zoning policy in Delta 2015 elections yesterday spoke the truth which has been bitter in the lips of Governor Uduaghans associates and leadership team, bringing the true picture of the state of Delta to light, carpeting the administration of his principal Governor Emmanuel Ewetan Uduaghan, in her statement reacting to the final statement of Barrister Eugene Uzum over Anioma Candidacy 2015 on www.voiceofdelta.com.
Reading in between the line of her comment will reveal a confirmation of Governor uduaghan’s administration’s lack of focus, insensitivity, incompetency, and poor leadership with no achievements.
In her statement, she disassociated herself from the zoning and our turn syndrome, frowning at the decay in Delta State, seeking a better leadership in 2015 that will come from any ethnic group.
In her original words states that,
“Like I said before… Delta State is too dynamic for any section to hold the people hostage with “ZONING” and amp; “ITS OUR TURN” syndrome #2015 Anioma.
We need a man who will address the pressing issues facing the people in the face in the face at the moment… Such as #Kidnap, youth unemployment to give our dear Delta State A NEW FACE so it doesn’t matter from which senatorial District the NEXT GOVERNOR comes from NORTH, CENTRAL, or SOUTH Again!!!
I therefore, insist 2015 is a DECIDING Moment for DELTA STATE!”
Meanwhile, Deltans have commended the Senior Special Assistant for the bold and fearless position to speak the truth, stating that this is the most sincere statement to the Governor by any of his associates since he first took the oath to serve Deltans as Governor in 2007 .
Source: Voice of Delta

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