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Ogodo Hails Omo-Agege, Emerhor Over Reconciliation Move



Former Delta State House of Assembly candidate under the All Progressive Congress, APC, in Sapele, Delta State, Hon Moses Ogodo, has commended the Deputy Senate President, Sen Ovie OmoAgege and former Delta State governorship candidate of the APC in 2015, Chief O’tega Emerhor for the reconciliatory move over the weekend, adding the road to liberate Deltans from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, oppresive government in 2023 has began.

At the weekend, Senator Ovie OmoAgege had visited Chief O’tega Emerhor at his country home in Ughelli in Delta State, in what was a reconciliatory move, with others expected to follow suit.

In the meeting, Omo-Agege called for the party to take over, come 2023, and not only close ranks but put an an end to the tendencies in the party, while working for the unity of the party to win future elections.

Ogodo who was speaking at the weekend,in his house at Amukpe area, while empowering over 100 women with cash gift of twenty thousand naira,(N20,000), said, for the reach out to be all inclusive, they must accept all.

“We have been separated too long, and we must start now; the move will not only prepare us for 2023 but help us to get Delta State back from the hand of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

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“We need to understand that the more we allow division to creep in between us, the less our chances to reclaim the state, that is why I want to congratulate my leaders, Senator Ovie OmoAgege and Chief Emerhor for that bold step they have taken to bring everyone under one roof again.”

“I want to appeal to Chief Great Ogboru,and the Federal Minister of Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, to please tow the voice of reason and they should all understand that we can only be leaders when we have followers,” he said.


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