Delta assembly aspirant speaks: My election does not worth the blood of any Aniocha north indigene

Aspirant into the Aniocha North seat of the Delta state house of assembly in state house of Assembly, Mr Bazim Biose, has lamented the political acrimony being played out in the council area of the state, saying that no election is worth spill blood.

Biose who stated this during a-one-on-one meeting at his campaign office on Thursday in Issele-uku, said political office holders ought to be servants and not masters.

According to him, politics is a game of chance and at the end of the election someone will win while others lose, stressing that it is not a do or die affairs.

“I am coming out to represent and serve my people in a full capacity as a servant, not after getting there, people will be serving me. If I lose, I will go back to my business where I am succeeding, I will not allow my election to spill any blood for the sake of winning,” he said.

While lamenting the manner in which the youths were being used for political thuggery, Biose urged politicians to be responsible in their politicking for better future of the youth.

He said election is not won by mere talking, urging the people to go to all nooks and cranny of each community to spread the good message.

The director general of his campaign, Hon. Anslem Odiakaose, urged the people of Aniocha North to rally their support for Mr. Bazim Biose whom he said is capable to save Aniocha North from political hijackers.

He said that they came to identify with success, saying that this is the first meeting with the aspirant and the purpose of the meeting was to familiarise with the people.

The DG called for committed and dedicated to Mr Biose’s  aspiration to state house of assembly.

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