Kowa Party Senatorial Candidate, Patrick Tanno Onovughakpo Pledges Best Dividends For Delta South District

–By Enalo JAMES (Political Editor)

The Delta South Senatorial District candidate of Kowa Party, Hon. Patrick Tanno Onovughakpo, has promised to provide the needed representation and enhance the development of the district.

Hon. Onovughakpo, who stated this while speaking with stakeholders of the party and other supporters in Asaba, reminded them not to compromise merit with incompetence, noting that those presently junketing for the position in the district lacks the credibility to bring about the needed development, hence Delta South Senatorial District has been poorly represented.

“Lets think Kowa Party and dream Kowa party because victory is ours come 2019.”

He further said that his desire to contest the Senate seat was to bring about adequate representation of the youths, women and less privileged in the district, adding that the time to make the needed change for political emancipation.

Hon. Onovughakpo boasted that he has all it takes to win the forthcoming Senatorial election as a result of his credible track records and determination to truly represent his district at the red chambers.

He however enjoined the people of Delta South Senatoral District to be mindful of those moneybags and greedy politicians presently parading themselves and making vain promises without actually thinking of the people’s interest, saying that his intentions to transform the lives of his people is paramount.

“Our time to take what belongs to us as a people is now. We cannot be intimidated in securing what rightly belongs to us. I appeal to all of you to vote me in as your Senator. I have the strong political will and uncommon assets to provide the needed representation which you have been denied in the past.”

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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