Mammoth crowd as Ortom leads PDP campaign statewide to Zone C

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The Benue State chapter of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, wrapped up its 9-day statewide campaigns on Saturday ahead of the fast-approaching 2023 general election.

The campaign train was yesterday in three Benue Zone C local governments, including Ohimini, Apa and Agatu, where thousands of party supporters flocked out to receive them.

Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom, who led other party leaders to wrap up the campaign, stated that the exciting reception the campaign team received in the 23 LGAs was an indication of the party’s acceptability and impending victory at the polls.

Governor Ortom addressed the huge crowd of party supporters crowding campaign rallies in Idekpa, Ugbokpo and Obagaji in the Benue South Senatorial District, assuring them that the guber candidate, Engr. Titus Uba and other party candidates in the elections will never disappoint the people if elected.

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In particular, he pointed out that the candidate for governor, Ingr. Working closely with him, Uba had followed his government’s policies and programs and would ensure the protection of life and property.

He stated that the economic blueprint of the Uba/Ngbede ticket, which aims to strengthen security and agricultural productivity to boost the economy, was the best for the state.

Governor Ortom, who had previously introduced the guber candidate to traditional and religious leaders in the 3 LGAs, assured them that Engr. Uba was prepared for the task of governance and will continue to support the mutual partnership his government has had with traditional and religious institutions for the good of the people.

The Ada Agatu, HRH Chief Godwin Ngbede Onah, Governor Ortom’s primary school teacher, and the Ada Ohimini, HRH Chief John Ochayi, in separate remarks during the visits, praised the governor’s courage and uncompromising spirit in protecting the people of the state, and pledged their commitment to continue their support for him and the party’s candidates.

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Also speaking, Rt. Reverend Benjamin Anem and Reverend Philip Isah Ada described Governor Ortom as a fearless leader who never abandoned his people in the face of intimidation and oppression, and vowed to continue praying for him to overcome all adversaries.

PDP gubernatorial candidate, Engr. Uba acknowledged in his remarks that the administration’s success was anchored in the reciprocal relationships established between the traditional and religious institutions that he noted the governor had established, and pledged to use them to advance the state. help when he was chosen as Ortom’s successor.

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Comrade Abba Moro, Senator representing Benue South, noted that the PDP guber candidate, Engr. Uba had a passion for the people and the right composure for governance, urging the people to vote for him.

For his part, PDP deputy gubernatorial candidate Sir John Ngbede said people in the area were eager to vote for all the party’s candidates as it was the only party known to them with the most credible candidates in the electoral positions.

Acting State Chairman of the PDP, Hon. Isaac Mffo and Dr. Cletus Tyokyaa, director of the Campaign Management Committee, all praised the people’s commitment to the party and urged them to vote en masse for the party’s candidates who were people with proven leadership antecedents.

Mammoth crowd as Ortom leads PDP campaign statewide to Zone C

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