May 24, 2024

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Delta 2023: Omo-Agege
congratulates APC

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By Amos Odhe.
The Deputy President of the Senate
and governorship candidate of the
All Progressives Congress (APC) for
the 2023 governorship election in Delta
State,Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, has felicitated with
those that emerged victorious in the party’s

In a statement by Omo-Agege Campaign
Organisation Director, Communications
and Media Strategy, Ima Niboro, Ovie,
he expressed confidence that the winners
would defeat the PDP in Delta in the vari- ous elections next year.

The APC had adopted Sen. Peter Nwao- boshi unopposed as its Delta North Senato- rial District candidate for the 2023 senato- rial elections.
Other senatorial aspirants returned unop- posed by the party are Chief Ede Dafinone
and Chief Joel-Onowakpo Thomas for Delta
Central and Delta South senatorial districts
Mr Francis Waive was also elected the
party’s candidate for Ughelli North, Ughelli
South and Udu Federal Constituency.
Omo-Agege congratulated other APC can- didates in other federal constituencies and
state assembly seats in the state, describing
the APC primaries as a sign of good things
to come in the state.

According to him, the outcome of the election is a victory for the Delta APC family,
as it has demonstrated the capacity to work
together for the good of the party and the
state as a whole.
Their mandates, he noted, should be seen
as a collective effort, adding that they should
unite APC members in the overall interest
of the party in the 2023 general elections.

“The outcome of the primaries will best be
described as no victor no vanquished, as all
the aspirants gave a good account of themselves and congratulated each other for a
good contest,” he said.

He lauded the leadership of the party for ensuring the success of the primary election
and for effectively mobilizing its members
to participate fully in the electoral process.

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