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Nigerian Reacts As Delta Labour Party Supoort APC Governorship Candidate Says He's Man Of The People

The Labour Party chapter in Delta State have supported All Progressive Congress Gubernatorial candidate, Deputy Senator Omo-Agege Ovie in the forth coming Governorship Election.

According to report, the Delta State Labour Party had an interaction session with the APC candidate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, ahead of the March 11 Governorship Election in Delta State.

Speaking with Omo-Agege, the lead coordinator of the Labour Party movement in Delta State central, Ochuko Edafe said Obidients vote individually and not parties. 

replying to Deputy Ovie Omo-Agege’s remarks, Ochuko addressed the Delta Obidients on the pains of misgovernnce  they experienced from Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s administration in the past eight years of his ruling and how they need to join forces with the APC to enable it to form a government in the state.

Ochuko said we Obidients follow the foot step and character of the labour Party principal Peter Obi, and when they come to their state, they find someone with the same character and among the people contesting for the Governorship Election in Delta State, Deputy Senator Omo-Agege Ovie has those qualities and character and as you can see, he is man of the people, Ochuko said. 

He said they are not members of any other political party, they are looking for the qualities of a good leader, and they have chosen to work with Senator Ovie Omo-Agege. He is the most credible candidate for the 2023 governorship election in Delta State, and that is where they have decided to follow, he said. 

Nigerians are reacting to the sudden change of mind by the Delta State Labour Party chapter because they have a candidate contesting for the Governorship election, and that is in the person of Mr. Pela Kennedy. What are your thoughts on this?

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