DELTA 2019 : OJOUGBOH TAKES ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE CAMPAIGN TO NDOKWA NATION ***Pledges Virile, Corrupt-Free Governance

Governorship hopeful under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Cairo Ojougboh has again intensified his one-man-one-vote campaign across the state and further reiterated his commitment to building a virile and corrupt-free state if voted to serve as governor of Delta state next year.

Speaking in Kwale, headquarters of Ndokwa West Local Government Area where he was received by a mammoth crowd of APC leaders and members on Saturday, April 14, 2018, Dr. Ojougboh said the days when the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP rig elections and manipulate results are over. He maintained that this time around, it is one person to his or her vote. He charged them to embrace the ongoing one man-one vote movement across the country in order to be relevant in determining the direction of leadership at both state and national levels.

Dr. Ojougboh described the Ndokwa nation as a land with great people of honour and dignity and assured of addressing and solving the issue of their continued marginalization by the present administration in the state led by Senator Okowa. In his words, for us to succeed, we must be courageous and United as the only way the Ndokwa nation can get what they want is to speak with one voice and key into the campaign that is ongoing.

” Our target is Osadebe House, Asaba next year by the grace of God and my appeal, let’s work together and build a family where all of us will sit down and work as a team. We must purge ourselves of indiscipline and make sacrifices to achieve this noble goal and One Mman one vote is the way to go .

Dr. Ojougboh used the opportunity provided by the campaign to reassure the people of Ndokwa Nation of sticking to an agreement of serving only one term if elected governor.

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