Okowa: PDP will rebuild Buhari’s APC inflicting hardship on Nigerians

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has urged Nigerians to support the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to rescue and rebuild Nigeria from the hardship the APC regime under President Muhammadu Buhari created.

“The PDP will work with the people to settle all the problems caused by the APC and change the ‘change’ to return Nigerians to greater glory. We need to bring PDP back to the centre and change the ‘change’ that has brought untold hardship on the people,” said Mr Okowa.

He added, “As a result of our performance in Delta, PDP gave us the ticket of the vice president. We need all your support to secure victory in 2023.”

The PDP vice-presidential candidate stated this on Wednesday at the party’s rally in Ughelli-North and Isoko South local council.

He said only the PDP had the right experience to rebuild the nation’s economy and stop the pervasive insecurity, pledging that the party’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, had the requisite experience and political will to turn things around as he did as vice president to President Olusegun Obasanjo.

He revealed that some opposition members in Delta were not pleased with his administration’s empowerment of youths and women with relevant skills and urged the public to reject arrogant politicians who brought shame and disgrace to the state.

“I thank my deputy governor for his support. As my deputy has said, we will follow our governorship candidate, Mr Sheriff Oborevwori, to church to do thanksgiving of victory in 2023,” stated the governor. “We do not want a governorship candidate who will bring disgrace to Delta and Deltans, and we do not want people who are angry that we are spending money to empower our youths.”

Mr Okowa added, “We do not want a governor that will be too proud to relate with the people, and you know that our governorship candidate, Oborevwori, is a humble man who has immense respect for the people.”

He called on the party’s supporters in Delta to mobilise fully for the presidential campaign slated for Asaba on January 24.


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