Group Endorses Oboro For Senate

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Hon. Evelyn Oboro
Salem Oghene--Warri
A Pressure Group under the aegis of "Four Plus Four For Delta PDP" has endorsed the member representing Okpe,Sapele,Uvwie constituency in the House of Representatives, Evelyn Omavowan Oboro Esq. as its sole candidate for the Delta Central Senatorial District ahead of  the 2019 election.

The Delta State Publicity Secretary of the group, Comrade Hope Emore who spoke recently on the decision at a special event organized by the Four Plus Four For Delta PDP in Ughelli, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta state, said they decided to endorse the first Urhobo female parliamentarian because of her focused, committed, resilient and consistent leadership style despite several challenges in the country.

Emore said most of the senators who had represented them in the zone since this democratic dispensation in 1999 lacked the political will and capacity to carry them along, affirming that they only needed them when they sought election or re-election.
He advised the entire Delta central to register in the on-going voters registration exercise across the state, organized by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to enable them exercise their franchise.
Emore said, “we the Urhobo people of Delta state have seen and believed in the good works of Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro and have come out today to officially and publicly endorsed her for the senate seat of Delta Central Senatorial District come 2019 as compensation for her good work as Member Representing Okpe,Sapele,Uvwie constituency in the House of Representatives.
Emore noted that Oboro who played key role in sustenance of democracy in Okpe,Sapele,Uvwie Federal Constituency, Urhobo nation, Delta state and Nigeria, will make a good representative of her people at the Red Chamber.
“We know that with her display of great sense of courage, steadfastness and tenacity of purpose, she would be able to truly represent the people of Delta Central and equally help to further champion the cause of the Urhobo nation in the National Assembly”, he added.

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