Written by Ambrose IMOBHIO

PDP warns Oshiomhole to stay clear of Delta

The Delta state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Barr. Kingsley Esiso, has warned the All Progressives Congress, APC, led federal government to stay clear of the state as it will be resisted.

Speaking with journalists, Esiso in reaction to series of boastings credited to APC’s national chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole in using federal might to crush opposition and implement the rigging method applied in Ekiti state which produced a governor in favour of their candidate, Dr. Kayode Feyemi, he maintained that the APC was free to boast.

He sounded the warning that the APC should take cognizance of the fact that Delta state is not Ekiti, adding that the opposition party has no foothold in Delta.

According to the PDP state chairman, Delta is a PDP state and will remain so for a very long time and there was little the APC can do about it.

Esiso stressed that with Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s performance in governance which has touched lot of lives and enhanced the development and growth of the various sectors in state with his SMART Agenda, it was improbable for Deltans to trade it off.

Eulogizing the governor further, he described him peaceful, calm, focused on improving the wellbeing of Deltans and delivering on his campaign promises, adding that he would never be distracted by the ranting of the APC.

“A confused party without structure that could not win common local government election, can boast as much as they like,” he fumed.


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