2019: Deltans will do anything possible to return Okowa — PDP Group

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ASABA- THE Peoples Democratic Party – Grassroots Support Base of Nigeria, PDP-GBSN, Delta State chapter, has said that Deltans will renew Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s mandate in 2019 because of his first-rate performance.
Mr. Ojile Blessing, in a statement, after the inauguration of the sensitization group at Asaba, said: “No doubt, all Deltans have carried out a litmus test and it is obvious that the governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa has performed wonderfully well.” He said: “I wish to clearly state without fear or favour that we shall do the needful in mobilizing all Deltans to the poll to ensure that the Peoples Democratic Party becomes victorious in the state at all levels from the House of Assembly to the Presidential election.” “It is important to state that this structure is PDP’s brain child and we are going to do our best to return PDP to the power in the next election. “This responsibility given to us as state leaders would be defended in the name of the lord as we are ready to mobilize massively to all the polling units across the state. The state coordinator, Mr. Humpfry Udi, thanked Deltans for coming out enmasse for the inauguration of the body,” he said

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