The Senator representing Delta central senatorial district, Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege, has given out N7.1m as empowerment to 355 petty traders, at Okpe local government area of the state, urging them to vote Chief Great Ogboru as governor in 2019 election.
Omo-Agege as part of his tour and thank you visit to the women for voting for him in the 2015 election, visited Jeddo, Ughoton, Ugbokodo, Adeje and Orerokpe market all in Okpe local government area.
Speaking to the women who came out in their large number to receive him, he charged them to vote for APC at all level in order to rescue Delta state from total collapse as the Ifeanyi Okowa led-PDP government has eroded the little gains of the past administration by his poor governance.
According to him: “to remove Okowa you must vote for Chief Great Ogboru as governor in 2019 that is our mission, because Okowa has destroyed Delta state, the little progress we made in the past has been destroyed by him.
“He is busy looting the state resources, with little or nothing left for development, this must stop and that is why you must vote all APC candidates, vote Ogboru for governor, Omo-Agege for senate and President Mohammadu Buhari again.”
While urging women and Deltans to register and get their voters’ card, assuring that unlike in the past where PDP in the state rig themselves into power, the APC led federal government will ensure that PDP rigging system where they compromise security agencies and INEC is checked in 2019.
Omo-Agege added that anyone who attempts to steal APC vote in 2019 will be made to vomit it, like he did to the PDP candidate whom he said allegedly stole his mandate in 2015 election, noting that, “APC vote is like a chameleon meat, whoever swallows it, will vomit it.
“So, come out and vote for APC in 2019 because your vote will count. Vote the APC for the House of Assembly and House of Reps, for senate and governor, vote Omo-Agege and Ogboru, while you should vote Buhari for president, because we need federal support to stop PDP from rigging in 2019,” he added