By Binebai Yerin Princewill
It was like a drama and a practical demonstration of love yesterday in Isaba, Diebiri and Ogbe-Ijoh Kingdoms, all in Warri South West Local Government Area, Delta State as Sir Emomotimi Dennis Guwor joins other Peoples Democratic Party, PDP candidates and leaders for a campaign that later turned out to be a rally.
Guwor, PDP candidate for Warri South West Local Government Area, Delta State, House of Assembly had promised to deliver uncommon leadership when elected to represent the constituency.
The young, vibrant, intelligent and smart Delta State house of Assembly hopeful had called on the people of Warri South West to get ready for development, stressing that when elected, he will work hard together with the road master, His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, Governor of Delta state to add more developmental value to the constituency.
It would be recalled that Guwor, the Warri South West PDP House of Assembly candidate, now called the political bulldozer was on the campaign with Sen. James E. Manager, PDP candidate for Delta South and High Chief Thomas Ereyitomi, the Ojobojo of Warri Kingdom, PDP candidate Warri Federal Constituency, House of representatives, Abuja.
Emomotimi Guwor had in his speech called on the good people of Isaba, Ogbe-Ijoh, Diebiri and the entire people of Warri South West to return Okowa and his deputy and to vote massively for Atiku Abubakar to occupy the presidency.
According to him, Nigerians are tired of the All Progressives Congress, APC, adding that the PDP remains the only remedy to fix Nigeria to its proper place in the comity of nations.
He had particularly bemoan Nigeria from an economically viable nation under the reign of PDP to now World headquarters of poverty, insecurity, unemployment and what have you.
However, the PDP in Ogbe-Ijoh also received decampees from the APC to its fold with a promise to carry them along as bonafide members of the party.
Speaking on behalf of the APC defectors, Comr. Sunday Ebikeme, a former chieftain of the party in Warri South West had stated that the APC is an expired party without any direction, stressing that the PDP is the only way to prosperity in Nigeria and Delta.
Ebikeme had also vowed to stand behind the PDP with his supporters across the Local Government Area to ensure its victory in the fast approaching general elections.
On his part, Sen. James E. Manager had assured the people of Isaba, Diebiri, Ogbe-Ijoh and the entire people of Warri South West Local Government Area that better days are coming.
Manager had particularly noted that the people will smile like never before.
Meanwhile, Chief Thomas Ereyitomi, PDP candidate Warri Federal Constituency, House of representatives, Abuja had asserted that the Ijaws and Itsekiris in Warri South West and beyond are indivisible, stating that the two ethnic groups will wax stronger in unity.
Ereyitomi had further vowed to deliver a purposeful and vibrant leadership that will allay the fears of the people in the constituency, he said development will be the new paradigm in Warri federal constituency.
Nevertheless, it would be recalled that the trio of Guwor, Manager and Ereyitomi had visited the palaces of Isaba Kingdom and Ogbe-Ijoh Warri Kingdom to seek for royal blessings which was done succesfully by the two ancient kingdoms.
Some of the PDP Warri South West dignitaries present during the campaign include Hon. Johnbull Edema, PDP Chairman, Warri South West; Hon. Taye Duke Tuoyo, Chairman Warri South West Local Government Area, Delta State; Hon. Mofe Pirah; Hon. George Ekpemupolo, former chairman, Warri South West Local Government Council; Hon. Freeman Fregene, commissioner Oil and Gass, Delta State; Chief Boro Opudu, chairman Delta State Waterways/Land Security; Hon. Patrick Fregene, PDP Orere ward campaign committee chairman; Hon. Simeon ILuwa; Chief David Pere; High Chief Ekomieyefa Uduboh, the Lord of KFT; Sir Victor Tonlagha; Chief Fezigha Odu; Rt. Hon. Frank Pukon, deputy leader Warri South West; Chief Joel Ogbona, SSA to the governor on political matters; Mr. Arex Akemeotubo; Chief Ebimobowei Oguma; Hon. Samuel Ako; Hon. Simeone Bebenimibo; Amb. Toyin; Mr. Benjamin Fregene with the host of others too numerous to mention.