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Esiso calls on Delta residents to cast their ballots for Oborevwori  so that inclusive governance can be achieved.

Chief Kingsley Esiso, who is the chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta State, has issued an appeal to the people in the state to vote for the party’s nominee for governor, Chief Sheriff Oborevwori, in order to ensure democratic dividends and inclusive governance.

Esiso, who made the call during the party’s ward-to-ward campaign rally at Aviara, Irri, Oleh, and Uzere Wards in Isoko South Local Government Area, also urged the people to vote for all candidates of PDP in the 2023 general elections to enable the party to rescue, reset, and rebuild the country. The rally was held at Aviara, Irri, Oleh, and Uzere Wards in Isoko South Local Government Area

He stated that the people of Delta have come to the conclusion that they will not vote for a man who will make the government into people’s personal and family property.

Esiso argued that a vote for Oborevwori and other PDP candidates was a vote for inclusive governance and a chance to fix the myriad problems that have been plaguing the nation.

He asked the people to join hands with the party to drive away the All Progressives Congress (APC), saying that they had delivered nothing but hunger, poverty, economic stagnation, and insecurity across the country. He said that the APC was responsible for none of the nation’s growth.

Deputy State Chairman Chief Val Areyenka; Chairman Delta South PDP Chief Julius Takeme; Former Senate Chief Whip Senator Stella Omu; Senatorial candidate Hon. Michael Diden; Hon. Thomas Ereyitomi; and Engr. Jonathan Ukodhiko were all present at the rally, which also featured the defection of some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the PDP.

To name a few others: Hon. Ferguson Onwo, the Majority Leader of the Delta State House of Assembly; Chief Ross Uredi, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of DESOPADEC Bashorun Askaia Ogieh; Prince Johnson Erijo, the Commissioner for Trade and Investments Churchill Amagada; Chief Iduh Amadhe; Dr. Paul Oweh; Hon. Victor Asasa; Hon. Esiso Esiso urges Deltans to vote for Oborev

Chief Kingsley Esiso, who is the chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta, has appealed to the people in the state to vote for the party’s nominee for governor, Chief Sheriff Oborevwori, in order to ensure democratic dividends and inclusive administration.

Esiso, who made the call during the party’s Ward-to-ward campaign rally at Aviara, Irri, Oleh, and Uzere Wards in the Isoko South Local Government Area of the state, also urged the people to vote for all candidates of the PDP in the general elections of 2023 to enable the party to rescue, reset, and rebuild the country. The rally was held at Aviara, Irri, Oleh, and Uzere Wards in the I

He stated that the people of Delta have come to the conclusion that they will not vote for a man who will make the government into people’s personal and family property.

Esiso argued that a vote for Oborevwori and other PDP candidates was a vote for inclusive governance and a chance to fix the myriad problems that have been plaguing the nation.

He asked the people to join hands with the party to drive away the All Progressives Congress (APC), saying that they had delivered nothing but hunger, poverty, economic stagnation, and insecurity across the country. He said that the APC was responsible for none of the nation’s growth.

Deputy State Chairman Chief Val Areyenka; Chairman Delta South PDP Chief Julius Takeme; Former Senate Chief Whip Senator Stella Omu; Senatorial candidate Hon. Michael Diden; Hon. Thomas Ereyitomi; and Engr. Jonathan Ukodhiko were all present at the rally, which also featured the defection of some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the PDP.

Other members of the delegation include the Majority Leader of the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Ferguson Onwo; Chief Ross Uredi; the MD/CEO of DESOPADEC, Bashorun Askia Ogieh; Prince Johnson Erijo; Churchill Amagada, Commissioner for Trade and Investments; Chief Iduh Amadhe; Dr. Paul Oweh; Hon. Victor Asasa; Hon. Christian Iteire; Dr. Michael Tidi; and Chairman of

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