From Harrison Akamule:

The flag bearer of the Labour Party for the Delta State House of Assembly in Bomadi State  Constituency, Engr. Poweide Foburuku has said that the Obedient movement Rally recently held in Bomadi Local Government Area was to create awareness and to sensitize the electorate on the need to vote for the Party, as it symbol of the nation’s freedom. 

Engr. Foburuku who made this statement during rally, said the Labour Party was the leeway out of the crushing economic hardship bequeathed to Nigerians by the current APC government.

His words “The current economic realities are so harsh, so biting that everyone feels the heat of it. Peter Obi and his team is the only solution.The pain of the suffering masses is our motivation and fuels my zeal to contest.”

“I implore you to come out en mass to vote wholely for the Labour Party in the forth coming elections as it is the pathway to the land of freedom for our dear nation” he said.

Addressing the mammoth crowd ,he further dismissed the claim of some political quarters that the Labour Party has no structure and maintained that the grassroot movement is the structure of the Labour Party.

Engr. Foburuku also gave a very strong promise that the welfare of people would be top priority in his bid to offer a quality representation of the people of Bomadi Local Government Area in the Delta State House of Assembly.

According to him, ” I may not have money to give or throw around like other contestants, but, I have a good character to offer myself as a Messenger With Humility and Integrity to deliver quality service predicated within the principle of democracy, so that my constituents would have sense of belonging better than the way it is now “

He called on the people to come out massively to vote for him and other candidates of the Labour Party come 25th and 11th of February and March 2023 respectively.

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