Oporoza Ward APC Secretary General, Fidelis Agbunase Congratulates Joel Onowakpo On Election Victory, Expresses Confidence In His Administration
By Edith Elekute
The Senator-Elect of the Delta South Senatorial District, Hon. Joel Thomas Onowakpo, has received congratulations from the Secretary General of APC Oporoza Ward, Hon. Fidelis Agbunase.
Hon. Agbunase sent his congratulations in a press statement that he personally signed and made accessible to journalists today, March 2nd, 2023. Where he described the victory of Hon. Onowakpo as the express will of God and the people of Delta South.
Consequently, Hon. Onowakpo after emerging winner of the National Assembly election held on the 25th February 2023. Has received several goodwill messages from family, Friends, followers and from his many political allies. Who applauded him for his steadfastness despite the many ordeals he may have faced in the process.
Going further, the APC Youth Leader in the midst of felicitating with the APC Chief, charged him to at all times, consider the overall interest of the people of Delta South above his personal interest. Stating that the people of the District and the generality of Deltans are depending on him to deliver on his campaign promises.
The Pragmatic APC Sec. Gen as well used the medium to call on all well meaning individuals in the District to keep aside their political grievances, and embrace the new administration of Hon. Onowakpo. Whom he said is the man that understands both the state and National politics, to attract meaningful development to not just the people of the District, but Delta state in extension.
While showing his appreciation to the Warri South West LGA, Gbaramatu and Oporoza Ward APC Leaders, especially, High Chief Michael Johnny, Chief Barr. Bosin Ebikeme and Hon. Moses Yabrade, for spending their time, energy and resources to see that the party claim the Senatorial Seat. The Sec. Gen encouraged them to be strong, stating that the Party still has the target of winning the number one (1) seat in the state come March 11.