The Secretary, VOTE OKOWA AGAIN (VOA) Aniocha South, the Coordinator Door to Door for Elumelu and Secretary, Nsukwa Clan Mandate, Hon. Chidi Chinedu Tugwa, has passionately appealed to youths of Ewulu to come out en-masse to vote Governor Okowa back to power come March 2nd 2019.
He made this call at Ewulu during a one-day sensitization campaign ahead of the 2019 general election, starting from February 16th to March 2nd 2019.
Hon. Chidi noted that the essence of the sensitization was borne out of the fact due mainly to the recent pockets of clashes between APC and PDP members in Ethiope East (Abraka), Uvwie, and Ughelli South with scores of persons feared dead and several others injured.
Chidi, a youth mobilizer for Okowa’s re-election, specifically encouraged the Ewulu people to vote for Hon.Godwin Elumelu and Hon. Austine Chikezie, while calling on every eligible voter in Anioma to vote for PDP all the way.
He affirmed that Elumelu and Chikezie have proven worthy of the offices they are vying for, thereby appealing to the good people of Ewulu and Aniocha South in general to vote them into office.
He equally assured them that Governor Okowa would transform Delta State into a paradise on earth when voted back to power.
Admonishing Ewulu youths to shun all forms of violence prior, during and after the elections.
He also informed them that the community would witness visible development when they vote Okowa back into power.
Hon. Chidi who used the opportunity to appeal to our amiable Governor, the ‘Road Master’ to listen to the cry of Ewulu people and give attention to the deplorable condition of Ewulu road, now and in his second term.
The high point of the one-day sensitization campaign focused on operation show your PVC, which is the only tool that guarantees the progress of the people, including productive engagement of the youths.
In addition, the peoples honorable encouraged them to vote massively for PDP during the elections and to also guard their PVC/Votes jealously while ensuring that the votes are counted at the respective polling units, before moving to the local government collation centre.
The sensitization witnessed a crowd of youths drawn from the various quarters that make up Ewulu community, other neighboring communities, and members of Door to Door in attendance.