By ABEL JOHNGOLD ORHERUATA
The people of Isoko South Local Government Area and faithful members of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Delta State have been charged to support the candidate of the Party, Dr. Ogaga Ifowodo, in the State House of Assembly byelection slated for September 11, 2021.
A chieftain of the APC and Senatorial hopeful for Delta South Senatorial District, Dr. Sylvester Onoyona, in a statement said it was high time to move Isoko nation in the right direction and called on APC supporters and the masses to overwhelmingly support Ifowodo in his plan to redirect Isoko South in all spheres.
Onoyona, who noted that Ifowodo was on a mission to rescue the Isoko South 1 from its present quagmire, opined that he’s a man with impeccable character and of high intellectual competence with the clout to work for the growth and prosperity of Isoko nation through impactful lawmaking.
He appealed o all APC faithful to drop all tendencies before and during the primaries and support the candidate flying the party flag ( Dr. Ifowodo Ogaga ), in the forth coming DTHA by-election for Isoko South 1 in a few days from now.
“The byelection is a must win for APC, as we prepare to take over the State in 2023″. The APC Delta South Senatorial hopeful stated.
Onoyona was optimistic that if elected into the DTHA, Ifowodo would focus attention on education, standard infrastructural development and total human capital investment.
According to Onoyona “It is pertinent as it is ironical to point out that as Nigerians, we keep doing the same thing over and over while at the same time expecting to get a different result. This is a fact that only facing the truth can bring change for us.
“We must do something differently this time by rooting for a man with the intellectual capacity and administrative capability to turn around the fortunes of Isoko South from now on with meaningful legislating.
“Let the people of Isoko South understand that this is a golden opportunity presented to them to make the desired change or continue to endure another two years circle of poverty and failed promises that has trailed Isoko South for long now”.