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Youth Group Drums Support For Joel-Onowakpo

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By Lucky Uto

The Egbaniame youths group has declared their total support for the Delta South Senatorial District candidate of the All Progressive Congress Hon. Joel-Onowakpo Thomas during their enlarged meeting at the Ithihikpebe campaign organization headquarter, Emede Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State.

The group led by Inspector Ezimano Azagba stated that, when Hon Joel-Onowakpo Thomas declared that he will no longer contest any election except one percent they were so pained, sober and lamented what will now become of them.

According to them, now that he has accepted to contest for the Delta South Senatorial District election under the platform of the All Progressive Congress, the group has unanimously agreed to stand with him all the way with their support.

“We are ready to campaign, persuade the opposition to join us and we will ensure we defend every of our votes in our various units during the general election, they stated.

They added that, during the 2019 election they campaigned vigorously to ensure the success of Hon. Joel-Onowakpo Thomas, noting that this time around they are going to work harder to convince voters on the need to vote for their candidate.

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The Egbaniame youth group also agreed during the enlarge meeting to appoint coordinators into the 13 units in Emede ward 05 to coordinate their door to door campaign and the various units before and during election.

The group also admitted that the only way they can benefit as a group is to work for the success of the All Progressive Congress during the general election, stating that they are yet to benefit as a result of not having anybody in government, but they are ready to work assiduously to break the jinx this time around.

They however urged every youth in Emede ward 05 who are yet to get their permanent voters card to endeavor to register to get their voters card ready for the general election.

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