Guber Poll: Ihonvbere woos Owan resident in Delta for Omo Agege

Professor Julius Ihonvbere, lawmaker representing Owan Federal Constituency has appealed to Owan citizens residence in Delta State to cast their votes for Senator James Omo Agege, the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate in Saturday election.

Ihonvbere also wooed votes for all the party House of Assembly candidates in the state.

The federal lawmaker made the call in a statement signed and made available to newsmen by his Senior Aide on Media and Public Affairs, Joshua Iraoya.

He opined that the need for Owan citizens resident in the state to vote for the incumbent Deputy Senate President for the governorship election was due to his displayed
his deep passion and love for the Owan people when he presented himself as the instrument used to ensure the listing of the Federal University of Sports, Afuze before the Senate for necessary concurrence.

He posited that the deputy senator shown brotherliness to the Owan federal constituency when Senator Francis Alimikhena of Edo North who ought to be at the forefront of ensuring the passage of the bill chose to play hide and seek game to work tooth and nail against the success of the bill.

“Omo Agege did for Owan by ensuring that the Senate took a look at the Afuze Sports Varsity Bill is most akin to the popular saying that a good and dependable friend is more worthy and miles better than a blood brother.

“A time some persons in the Senate decided to work against the establishment of a Federal Tertiary Institution in their Senatorial District and rather chose to work for the realization of a similar bill in another state and geo-political zone in the country, Senator Ovie Omo Agege stuck out his neck and ensured that the Varsity Bill was presented before the Nigeria’s Senate for its perfunctory concurrence.

“Therefore, I challenged every forward looking and positive minded Owan sons and daughters resident in Delta State to replicate the good deed and love extended to the Owan Nation by Senator Omo Agege by voting massively for him to emerge as the new Delta Governor on Saturday.

Ihonvbere, who described Senator Omo Agege as a man of several positive qualities,opined that even after emerging as Delta Governor on Saturday, he is confident that the bond of friendship and close affinity that exists between him and Senator Omo Agege would continue to be sustained for the continued and sustainable benefits of the Owan Nation and Delta State.

He, however, assured that the Afuze Varsity Bill which was controversially stepped down by the Senate due to some irreconcilable differences occasioned by the sponsorship of a similar bill by a Senator from Ebonyi State sails through and presented to the President for his accent during the course of the 10th National Assembly expected to be inaugurated in June this year.

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