WARRI________Yesterday at the Oil City of Warri, the leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) of Delta South Senatorial District in a capacity meeting charted ways to navigate the party’s ideologies and policies in the right direction ahead the 2023 political era.
The Delta State PDP is not ready yet to relinquish powers to another political as unity, peace, welfare, job creation, and others top themes of the meeting at the Governor’s Office Annex, Edjeba, Warri.In his opening remarks, the chairman of the Delta PDP South Senatorial District, Chief Dr. Julius Takeme who spoke extensively torched on the quintessentials of unity, love, peace among members of the party ahead the 2023 elections if the party must win at all levels.
“I purposely called this leadership meeting for us to brainstorm to chart the way forward ahead the 2023 general elections.For quite a long time now, the party had not been able to call a capacity meeting such as this due to the Covid-19 pandemic that ravaged the world, Nigeria not left out in its shackles.
What we need to do at this point is to build a stronger party imbibing the spirits of unity, love, understanding, selfishness, greediness, and shunning faction politicking so that we can collectively work to achieve success in the
The former Commissioner for Urban Renewal, Takeme further beseeched,
“As committed members of the PDP, we must partner with the party in all honesty for another better electioneering year in 2023”, he added.
Takeme also called for expansion of the party membership base in the Delta South Senatorial District which has been “Bride of the Party” in the state.The chairman noted that the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has a better chance to take back power from the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the national level, giving the reason that Nigerians have rejected the Buhari-failed government and APC who came with the mantra of change.
Thepeoplesvoicengr can report that the Delta South PDP Senatorial Leadership Meeting was a huge success as other speakers inclusive of Dr. Emmanuel Ewetan Uduaghan, the Immediate Past st Governor of Delta State, Senator James Manager, Senator Representing Delta South Senatorial District, Dcn. Bar. Kingsley Burutu Otuaro, Deputy Governor of Delta State, and others hinted on the need to imbibe unity, love, shunning of hate speeches which are integral for the party’s victories in 2023.
To crown it all, they reteirated Okowa’s commitment to create job and opportunities for all Deltans and party faithful, noting that the welfare of the people is paramount to the success of any given government at any point.In view of Governor Okowa/Deputy Governor Otuaro’s achievements in their six years in the areas of Infrastructure Development, Human Capital Development, Health, Education, and others, the house passed a resounding vote of confidence on him as motion was moved by Hon. Oboro Preyor, Deputy Majority Leader in Delta State House of Assembly, and was seconded by Hon. Augustine Uroye JP, representing Warri South Constituency 1, as Rt. Hon. Frank Enekorogha, the on-the-spot speaker hit the gavel unanimously with all leaders in attendance to adopt the motion.The meeting ended with very emphatic vote of thanks done by Hon. Isaac Wilkie, Chairman of all Chairmen, PDP, Delta State, (Chairman Warri North LGA).The meeting had in attendance all the big wigs of the Senatorial District, inclusive of Chief Dr. Julius Takeme, Chairman, Delta South Senatorial District, Dcn. Bar. Kingsley Otuaro, Deputy Governor of Delta State, Dr. Emmanuel Ewetan Uduaghan, Immediate Past Governor of Delta State, Senator James Manager, Senator Representing Delta South Senatorial District, Hon. Michael Diden (Ejele), Chairman, DESOPADEC Board, Rt. Hon. Frank Enekorogha, former member, House of Reps, Burutu Federal Constituency, Hon. Asupa Peter Forteta, Member Representing Burutu North Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Pullah Ekpotuayerin, Member Representing Burutu South Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Emomotimi Guwor, Member Representing Warri Southwest LGA in the Delta State House of Assembly.
Others that attended the meeting also include: Chief Frank Omare, Commissioner for Bureau for Special Duties, Chief Boro Opudu, Chairman, Delta Waterways and Land Security, Former Commissioners, Chairmen of Local Government Areas, Board Appointees, SSAs, SAs, and others.