The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, Delta State Chapter issues a 21-day ultimatum to Delta State governor Ifeanyi Okowa, commencing from Friday 5th May 2017
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All candidates considered, I would put all my money on Festus Agas becoming governor over Macaulay though due to his being more youthful and voter friendly, and for his almost effortless penetrating political reach
The big news is that Rt. Hon Victor Ochei has decided to bury the hatchet and back down from contesting the senatorial election results that were allegedly rigged to favour his opponent, Barrister Peter Nwaoboshi
An important lesson to be learnt from the on-going Okowa’s secret meeting with Ibori in London is that Delta State is an extension of Ibori political family and it is impossible for now for any leader to emerge in Delta State without being neither a member of this political family nor an apostle of Ibori’s political philosophy
Dr Okowa’s campaign pitch was Prosperity for All Deltans, and many Deltans are now wondering if a few are already partaking in the prosperity, and why the jamboree has started this early
Ogboru is arguing that, contrary to the INEC stipulation that in the event of Card readers malfunction voting should be suspended, card readers were not used in areas where votes were recorded for Okowa.
Ochei is said to have deliberately delayed going to court until after the April 11 Gubernatorial elections in order not to jeopardise the “Anioma sentiments and aspiration,” which Okowa’s gubernatorial candidacy represented.
Senator Ifeanyi Okowa’s race for Delta State governor gets a major boost with a call by Rt. Hon. Victor Ochei to his avid supporters statewide to vote overwhelmingly for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Saturday’s governorship election in the state
Okowa told the State Chapter of NUJ, the organisers of the second debate, outright that he is will not show up, confirming our xclusive report that there is an order from above that under no circumstances should PDP participate in any Gubernatorial debate