Delta Central 2019: Amori campaign posters flood Sapele, Uvwie

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Some campaign posters spotted by our correspondent

….Delta Central senate is not for political neophytes---Okoro
By Kparobo Ehvwubare
Ahead of the 2019 general election in the Country, campaign posters of a frontline aspirant to represent Delta Central at the National Assembly, Chief Conference Ighoyota Amori were said to have overshadowed his major contenders in Sapele and Uvwie local government of Delta State.
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Chief Ighoyota Amori addressing party faithfuls recently
Our correspondent gathered that in Sapele, where Charles Obule one of the senatorial aspirant hailed from was flooded by Chief Amori campaign posters, an indication that party chieftains described as Amori supporters are more than Obule in the area.
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Amori campaign posters were visually in strategic places in Sapele, a development that is currently generating tension in the camp of Obule, whom many described as not serious in the race, but his coming into the race was to sheer attempt to divide delegates votes Amori.

Unconfirmed reports stated that Charles Obule vowed that Amori would not be in the Senate because of an alleged cold war between the dual some time ago.
Areas where our correspondent spotted Amori campaign posters includes: the ever busy Olympia round about, Okpe road, Ajogodo road, Sapele PDP Secretariat, Adeola road among others.

Not deterred by Obule alleged threat, Amori was not leaving any story untune in local governments where he have aspirants contending with him in the race, Amori at the weekend paid unscheduled visit to some party Chieftains in Sapele,  to thank them for their good works in the local government, while he was away to United Kingdom, noted that he was told of their unrelenting support to his ambition.

He told his supporters to be resolute in the oars, stressed that they would rewarded according, hinted that labourers need rewards. Amori added.

Those Chief Amori visited in Sapele recently include: Chief Austin Atiti, Amori campaign coordinator in Sapele local government, Mrs. Gbebemi Ikomi, Ass. Dir. women mobilization among others.

Chief Amori campaign train is expected to berthed in Sapele this weekend to consult Chief Akpeki, all loyalists of Micheal Diden  (Ejele) and among other interest groups.

In Uvwie local government, Amori political ambition were seems be gaining more grounds, if the information at our disposal was anything to go by, as palpable sources revealed that the Uvwie political enclaves seems to be more comfortable with Ighoyota Amori than Evelyn Oboro, whom they said have many rivers to cross if she is serious in the race.

A chieftain in Uvwie local, Chief Okoro Sunday noted that Senate positions are not met for political neophytes, opined that Oboro may have throw her hat into the ring to negotiate for another position come 2019.

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