Omo-Agege issues a warning to parties planning to harass APC supporters in the 2023 general elections

The Deputy Senate President and an All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for governor of Delta state, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has cautioned political parties hoping to intimidate APC supporters in the 2023 elections to back off or face the full force of the law.

On Friday, December 16, Senator Omo-Agege led the APC ward-to-ward campaign tour to Warri South Local Council. He assured voters of appropriate protection and said that any efforts to intimidate APC supporters and voters on election day would be rejected vehemently by all legal means.

He assured APC voters that “ nobody can scare you. Nobody can molest you. There will be adequate security for everyone. And by God’s grace, we shall win.”

Senator Omo-Agege said the era of “local strongmen,” running away with election materials is over. This is the BVAS age, he pointed out, and those planning to chase away APC voters shall be “firmly resisted.”

He promised to reactivate the Warri port, ensure the Warri City Stadium works again, revive the Warri industrial park, and attract the various companies that left Warri back to base. He also pledged to increase student bursaries, empower women, create job opportunities for the youth, and provide adequate security in the state.

In his remarks, Delta APC chairman Elder Omeni Sobotie said Warri, under Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, is the Keke capital of Nigeria and is looking increasingly deserted. He, therefore, charged the people to express their anger by voting out Okowa and the PDP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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