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Ese Clinches Isoko South Constituency 1 APC House Of Assembly Ticket



By Ukoni Kelvin

Hon. Blessing Ese has clinched the All Progressive Congress Isoko South constituency 1 House of Assembly ticket in a keenly contested election which was held at the Oleh Civic Centre with 19 to 5 votes to defeat his opponent Chief Joshua Uturu.

The returning officer Pastor Frank Ovohe said that 5 delegates each from the 5 wards were to votes during the election, but out of the 25 delegates only 24 were accredited with one absentee and one void votes recorded during the keenly contested election.

Speaking to newsmen immediately after he was declared winner Hon. Blessing Ese said that, It is a battle well fought and won, I give glory to God Almighty, I also appreciate all my teeming supporters.

“I appreciate the All Progressive Congress for creating an atmosphere for free, fair credible contest. It is extremely clear even my opponent will accept the outcome of the election.

According to him, “I am prepared to embrace him with his supporters, so that we can work together to ensure we become victorious during the general election.

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“By the grace of God Almighty if given the mandate during the general election what I will do are numerous, I will give quality representation,

He also added that, “The people of Isoko South constituency 1 will feel the impact of my representation, the constituency will be redeem by the grace of God Almighty.

He opined that his chances of winning the general election are very bright. “It is as bright as the star, the sun and the moon. I am only waiting for the day, March 23rd, 2023”.

Meanwhile Mr. Frank Embrose Uwomano emerged as Isoko South constituency 2 flag bearer of the All Progressive Congress in a keenly contested primary election that was held at Aviara Town Hall, he polled 23 votes to defeat his opponent Mr. Eddy Macaulay


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