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Published On: Wed, Jun 22nd, 2022

Delta 2023: Oja R’Urhobo Hails Urhobo Gov. Candidates, Sues For Peaceful Election

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LAGOS JUNE 22ND (URHOBOTODAY)-A strategic Urhobo group under the aegis of Oja R’Urhobo  with the slogan ‘Urhobo Y’Oteri  has congratulated  the winners of the various governorship primaries of Urhobo extraction  across the political parties in Delta State.

The group in a statement signed by Chief (Dr) Cecelia Ibru,  Olorogun (Prof.) Joseph Abugu, SAN  and Dr Peter Igho on behalf of seventeen other members particularly commended  Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborewvori of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ovie Omo-Agege of the All progressive Congress (APC), Chief Kenneth Gbagi of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Chief Great Ogboru of the All progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Comrade Efe Ekure of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) Mr. Jenkins Duvie Gwede of the Action Alliance Party (AA) and the flagbearers of other parties that have also concluded their primaries.

The Group which  is comprised  of Urhobo traditional leaders, professionals and intellectuals and a conglomeration of Urhobo associations with the objective of ensuring that an Urhobo of Delta Central becomes the Governor of Delta State in 2023 urged the governorship candidates  to eschew all forms of violence and acts that will encourage any form of dehumanization or dirty fights which could lead to major security crisis in the   peaceful state of Delta

They called  on political leaders and stakeholders to pay special attention to their actions and inactions during this season, adding that they  must work together for peace and tranquility and to de-escalate any tension in the State.
“We commend the courage, sportsmanship and maturity displayed by other aspirants who participated in the primaries and urge them to continue to support the democratic process. We urge those who are victorious to be magnanimous in victory and close ranks with their fellow colleagues in other to project a united front towards the main
elections.

“We urge Deltans, Civil society and democratic process to be vigilant to ensure that all votes at the main elections are counted and that all votes count in Delta State 2023. We urge all stakeholders to place common interest above personal interest. We must commit to upholding virtues that will sustain our democracy and advance the
cause of good governance, peace and sustainable development,” the Group stated.

 

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  1. You people are not sincere. As long as you in this group sees Okpe/Sapele/Uvwie as not part of Urhobo, these people too will not play second fiddle to any one or group of persons no matter how highly placed in the society. Your failure to support the Okpe/Sapele/Uvwie cause to become the governor of the state in 2023 knowing too well that Ethiope East/Ethiope West and Ughelli/Udu Federal Constituencies have produced the governor shows lack of honour on your part. I am not disappointed at the role played by this ignoble group because from onset I know that it is a cup of cankerworms and I am highly vindicated.
    I advised that you stop shedding your crocodile tears, go to the poll and cast your vote rather than weeping sentiments here.

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