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Drivers, Artisans, Market Women, Farmers Endorse Okowa For Second Term




Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa (3rd left); Delta State PDP Chairman, Barr. Kingsley Esiso (2nd left); Hon. Victor Nwokolo (left); Hon. Funkekeme Solomon (3rd right); Commissioner for Information, Mr. Patrick Ukah (2nd right) and Commissioner for Transport, Mr. Vincent Uduaghan, during a meeting with Leaders of Artisans/Market Women and Cooperative Union in Asaba

As Nigerians prepare to cast their votes in the governorship and state House of Assembly elections on March 9, 2019, members of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Okada Riders Union, Artisans, Market Women, Cooperative Unions, among numerous others have adopted Governor Ifeanyi Okowa as their sole candidate for the Governorship election in Delta State.

The groups at separate occasions, today, February 28, 2019, in Asaba, described Governor Okowa as an exceptional performer who distinguished himself with the delivery of monumental projects and life-touching programmes across the state.

Chairman of NURTW in the state, Chief Ifeanyi Obi thanked Governor Okowa for taking road construction as a priority, assuring that the drivers’ unions would vote for the governor to enable him continue with good works, especially in the area of road construction which has made movement across the state easier.


From right; Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa; Chairman, National Union of Road Transport Workers, Chief Ifeanyi Obi and Chief Obi Nzete, during a meeting with National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) in Asaba.







President of Okada Riders Union in the state, Chief Obi Nzete also stated that transporters will vote for the Governor because apart from good governance that he has ensured, his administration has also, provided soft loans for the purchase of motorcycles and tricycle for commercial transportation while the Chairman of Cooperative Movement, Mr Larry Onyeche stated that endorsing Governor Okowa was very important for Deltans to continue to have good benefits of democratic governance.

Mrs Kate Onah of Market Men and Women Group, Mr Richard Asenime of Farmers Group, Mr Isaac Obruche, leader of People Living with Disabilites, among others, also, gave different reasons why Deltans must vote Governor Okowa and support his administration till 2023.

The governor expressed joy that different groups and all Deltans are appreciative of his administration’s achievements, stating, “I want to thank all of you, all Deltans for the cooperation and their support because if we continue in this way as a united people, Delta State will be stronger; I will continue to work in the interest of our people because, I am very comfortable in Delta State as a proud Deltan.”

“You (members of NURTW and Okada riders) are very important for the economy of Delta State, and the economy of Nigeria because, without you, the economy will collapse, there will be no commerce without transporters,” the governor said when he addressed members of NURTW and Okada Riders Union.

He continued, “I am very happy to be in your midst today; I thank Chief Ifeanyi Obi and the leadership of the two Unions for giving us peace; in these four years, we did not see challenges in the Unions; I thank you for the support.”

“As we go out to vote on March 9, mobilise your family, your relations to come out and vote for the candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party in because, we want overwhelming votes to make the difference,” he stated, adding, “in your business, be messengers of good governance, let the people know what we have done and what we are doing as a government for our people; you have told me that we have performed; we will do more in our second term because, we have resolved to work to change the fortunes of our people; we have constructed roads in riverine communities because we believe that as we are working on land, we should do same in the riverine areas because, we are one people.”l

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