2019: Omo-Agege tasks Urhobo to re-elect Buhari

September 2, 2018

Photo: Senator Ovie Omo-Agege during a chat with journalists on Saturday at Orogun, Ughelli North LGA, Delta State.

SENATOR representing Delta Central Senatorial district, Obaisi Ovie Omo-Agege, has tasked the Urhobo people to ensure the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari come 2019 general elections.

The controversial Senator representing Delta Senatorial district stressed that re-electing President Buhari is in the best interest of the Urhobo nation.

The lawmaker made the appeal, weekend, at Ughelli, Otu-Jeremi and Otor-Udu all in Ughelli North, Ughelli South and Udu local government areas of Delta State during a consultative visit to APC stakeholders ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Senator Omo-Agege, who also spoke on the impasse that trailed the Delta State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), explained that the actors, himself inclusive, were engaged in the battle to prevent commercial politicians from hijacking the party.

“We do not want a monarch or an emperor in the party,” he quipped.

The Senator, who was accompanied by Chief Great Ogboru and APC Delta Central chairman, Sir Richard Odibo, and received by a mammoth crowd, posited that the visible change being witnessed in parts of the state were as a result of the efforts of the presidency.

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He stated that, if the president could do so much in three years in office, it would be in the interest of the Urhobo nation to ensure that he is re-elected to attract more infrastructural developments to Delta Central and the state at large.

Speaking on the impasse that had rocked the Delta State chapter of the APC, he said: “The battle has been fought, lost, won and there is no victor and there is no vanquished.

According to him, “We didn’t go into that fight to deprive people of their right to control the party, but went into it to make sure that we took control of the party from those who would otherwise commercialize the party because we do not want a monarch or an emperor in this party.”

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