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Ndokwa Nation: Non Indigenes Pledges Support For Sheriff/Onyeme ticket And Other PDP Candidates Come 2023
The Non Indigenes in Ndokwa Nation has Pledged their unalloyed Support for Sheriff/Onyeme ticket and other Candidates of the People’s Democratic Party PDP across Ndokwa Nation in the forthcoming general elections.
Speaking at the occasion today in Kwale, the Delta State PDP Deputy Governorship Candidate Sir Monday Onyeme assured the People of all Inclusive Government that will not only better the lives of the People but will also developed the state to an enviable height.
He maintained that the M.O.R.E Agenda of Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori is to make life richer, better and more fulfilling for Deltans and to keep Delta State ahead in all aspects of Social Economic wellbeing adding that Ndokwa Nation will not only benefits in terms of Infrastructural development but will be placed in an enviable height in the areas of human capital development, job creation, Infrastructures and all other things that will make life meaningful to the People
He admonished the Non Indigenes across Ndokwa Nation to remain unshakeable and stand firmly behind the Sheriff/Onyeme ticket, Hon Ned Nwoko for Senate, Hon Nnamdi Ezechi for House of Representatives Ndokwa Federal Constituency , Hon Charles Emetulu for House of Assembly Ndokwa West Constituency, Hon Ogbuefi Chukwudi Dafe for House of Assembly Ukwuani Constituency, Prince Emeka Osamuta for House of Assembly Ndokwa East Constituency.
He expressed confidence that Ndokwa Nation will benefits more massively with the People’s Democratic Party PDP Candidates adding that the PDP remains the only Political Party that is committed in delivering good governance to the People.
From The Desk Of Mr Wilson Osemele
Aide To Monday Onyeme