..As Group Hails Governor Okowa On Education, Infrastructural, Security, Human Capital Development.
By Victor Bieni, Asaba
A Political Pressure group Campaigning for the victory of all Candidates of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the forthcoming 2023 general elections in Delta State and Nigeria in general under the aegis of “I CONCUR” led by its Director-General, Engr. Chuks Obianukor has said that despite the prevailing circumstances in the party, that Delta PDP Remains One big family, united for victory in the next year’s elections.
Engr. Chuks Obianukor who doubles as the State Assistant Publicity Secretary, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Delta made this disclosure in a press statement made available to newsmen in Asaba, Delta State capital as he commended the Executive Governor of Delta State, Sen. Dr. Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa on his huge developmental strides in the State.
He noted that Delta Govt presently under the leadership and govt of His Excellency, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa is highly committed to his Smart, stronger Delta Agenda Policy, which he added that the Governor has done very well in various sectors of the economy such as Security, Infrastructure, Human Capital Development, Employment, Education to mention but a few.
The PDP Chieftain stated further that the party in Delta State remains one big family as he harps on more commitment from members of the party so as to win other opposition Political parties in Delta State with wider margin and take over the Presidency come next year’s general elections in 2023 for continuity and greater achievements, democratic dividends for the citizenry.
Engr. Chuks Obianukor then sued for unity of purpose amongst party Chieftains, Political Leaders, party faithfuls and members to ensure that the PDP 2023 Vice Presidential Candidate, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa finishes strong. He stated that, his expectations and believe is that the next Governor will maintain Governor Okowa’s legacy and improve more on bringing more development to Delta State, and most importantly creates more avenue for youth empowerment.