Omavowan Oboro Remains The Best Option For Delta Central Senatorial Seat – Urhobo Leaders

By Sunday Apah, Ughelli

Urhobo leaders across the eight Local Government Areas in Delta Central have stated that Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro Esq. remains the best option for Delta Central Senatorial seat come come February 16.

The leaders who made this known while addressing a mammoth crowd at Ethiope West, Sapele, Uvwie, Okpe and Ughelli North Local Government Areas of Delta state during the governorship rally, said Hon. Evelyn Oboro’s experience, patriotism, popularity and achievements are already working for her

They pointed out that the electorates desire to vote her in the forthcoming National Assembly election can attest to their claim that Oboro remains the best option for the people of Delta Central Senatorial District come February 16 election.

The leaders, Chief James Ibori, Prof. Amos Utuama, Prof. Sam Oyovbaire, Chief Tom Amioku, Olorogun Kingsley Esiso Chief Eddie Ono-Sorhue, Chief Godwin Edeki, Chief Alfred Onavwa, Hon. Alex Amudo and others explained that Oboro as a councilor, council chairman and second term member of the House of Representatives, representing Okpe, Sapele, Uvwie Federal Constituency, performed creditably well with the construction of several Primary Health Centres, Classrooms blocks, Solar Water Projects, provision of Motor-Saws, Motorcycles, Over 300 Tricycles, Over 49 Cars, several transformers, grinding machines, barbing kits, sewing machines, power generating machines, deep freezers for her constituents and payment of WAEC fees for 240 students across the 24 Urhobo Kingdoms.

“Also, she attracted several roads and other infrastructural projects to her constituency through the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), attracted employment of her constituents into various government agencies”, the leaders added.

According to the leaders, Oboro has plans to empower more constituents soonest, so if elected senator come February 16, Oboro will do more and will not bring disgrace to the Urhobo, rather will bring to bear her wealth of experience as a ranking legislator in the floor of the senate.

While lamenting the absence of an articulate, humble and pride free senator in Delta Central, the leaders appealed to Urhobo elders, leaders and stakeholders in the senatorial district to support and vote Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro for senate, for better and quality representation of Urhobo come February 16, 2019.

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